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New Stencil Works by Street Artist C215

New Stencil Works by Street Artist C215 street art stencils
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New Stencil Works by Street Artist C215 street art stencils

New Stencil Works by Street Artist C215 street art stencils

New Stencil Works by Street Artist C215 street art stencils

New Stencil Works by Street Artist C215 street art stencils

New Stencil Works by Street Artist C215 street art stencils

New Stencil Works by Street Artist C215 street art stencils

A number of jaw-dropping stencil works from the past few months by French artist Christian Guémy aka C215 seen on the streets of Barcelona and Berlin. C215 has been an active street artist for over 20 years, his first stencils going up around 2006 and according to Street Art London his daughter is now following in his footsteps making her own 2 layer stencils. See much more on Flickr. (via antonia schulz)

Street Art by Sam3

Street Art by Sam3 street art

Street Art by Sam3 street art

Street Art by Sam3 street art

Street Art by Sam3 street art

Street Art by Sam3 street art

Street Art by Sam3 street art

Street Art by Sam3 street art

Street Art Utopia just posted an enormous collection of work by street artist Sam3 spanning the last few years but includes a number of pieces I’d never seen before. If you like what you see, also check out his blog and maybe pickup some stuff in his shop. (via street art utopia)

Update: He also made this fun stop motion video.

Dan Bergeron: Face of the City

Dan Bergeron: Face of the City street art portraits

Dan Bergeron: Face of the City street art portraits

Dan Bergeron: Face of the City street art portraits

Dan Bergeron: Face of the City street art portraits

Dan Bergeron: Face of the City street art portraits

In his Face of the City series, Toronto-based artist Dan Bergeron (aka Fauxreel) examines the identity of cities by juxtaposing the “abrasive charm found in the distressed surfaces of modern cities with the intimate familiarity of the prominent features of the human face”. Love the killer placement of that first paste-up. See many more portraits via his website. (via juxtapoz)

Poster Cred Sticker Installations

Poster Cred Sticker Installations street art stickers

Poster Cred Sticker Installations street art stickers

Poster Cred Sticker Installations street art stickers

Poster Cred Sticker Installations street art stickers

Poster Cred Sticker Installations street art stickers

Poster Cred Sticker Installations street art stickers

Poster Cred Sticker Installations street art stickers

Poster Cred Sticker Installations street art stickers

Poster Cred is an ongoing project by Seattle-based designer Joseph King that attempts to poke fun of the implicit credibility suggested by designers who photograph themselves holding posters for marketing purposes. You can participate in the project by requesting stickers via the Poster Cred page, and photos of the stickers in action have come back from all over the world. Definitely see the entire gallery, some of these are pretty fun. (via lustik)

The Whimsical Street Art of Nomerz

The Whimsical Street Art of Nomerz street art

The Whimsical Street Art of Nomerz street art

The Whimsical Street Art of Nomerz street art

The Whimsical Street Art of Nomerz street art

The Whimsical Street Art of Nomerz street art

The Whimsical Street Art of Nomerz street art

The Whimsical Street Art of Nomerz street art

I’ve seen a few photos of works by street artist Nomerz floating around for the past year or so and realized it was time to do a proper feature on him here. With a double dose of wit and color Nomerz transforms derelict buildings, towers, and crumbling urban spaces into whimsical, quirky faces in locations around Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. Skip to 0:45 in the video above to watch him create one of his recent pieces, The Fire in the Eyes. (via inspire me now)

Light Stencils in Vietnam

Light Stencils in Vietnam Vietnam street art stencils

Light Stencils in Vietnam Vietnam street art stencils

Light Stencils in Vietnam Vietnam street art stencils

Light Stencils in Vietnam Vietnam street art stencils

Light Stencils in Vietnam Vietnam street art stencils

Light Stencils in Vietnam Vietnam street art stencils

Light Stencils in Vietnam Vietnam street art stencils

This past September photographer Wittner Fabrice (previously) had the opportunity to visit Vietnam where he managed to execute a number of his unique light stencils in various locations around the country. Keep in mind these are not digital, but rather long-exposure photos created with lights shone through large cut stencils. Though I really enjoyed Wittner’s previous light paintings commemorating the Christchurch earthquake, the picturesque backdrops of Vietnam as well as a clear improvement in technique make these even more special. See much more of the project here.

Street Art by Pasha183

Street Art by Pasha183 street art installation

Street Art by Pasha183 street art installation

Street Art by Pasha183 street art installation

Street Art by Pasha183 street art installation

Street Art by Pasha183 street art installation

Some really clever work by street artist Pasha183 out of Russia. I love his playful interaction with urban surroundings, turning common structures like bridges, walls, and street lamps into places for art. See some other great pieces over on Street Art Utopia.

Animae Dementia: Mystical Paper Beasts Devour Unsuspecting Street Artists

Animae Dementia: Mystical Paper Beasts Devour Unsuspecting Street Artists street art performance art animals

Animae Dementia: Mystical Paper Beasts Devour Unsuspecting Street Artists street art performance art animals

Animae Dementia: Mystical Paper Beasts Devour Unsuspecting Street Artists street art performance art animals

Animae Dementia: Mystical Paper Beasts Devour Unsuspecting Street Artists street art performance art animals

Animae Dementia: Mystical Paper Beasts Devour Unsuspecting Street Artists street art performance art animals

I’m loving this ongoing paste-up series by street artists Ro and l’Homme Pendu. Entitled Animae Dementia (roughly “soul madness” or “animal madness”) the project features the duo installing these giant paste-ups of crazy mythical beings who seem to turn on their unwitting creators. So far works have appeared in Berlin and near Notre Dame in Paris. I can’t wait to see what happens next.

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