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The Street Art and Drawings of IEMZA

The Street Art and Drawings of IEMZA street art drawing

The Street Art and Drawings of IEMZA street art drawing

The Street Art and Drawings of IEMZA street art drawing

The Street Art and Drawings of IEMZA street art drawing

The Street Art and Drawings of IEMZA street art drawing

The Street Art and Drawings of IEMZA street art drawing

The Street Art and Drawings of IEMZA street art drawing

The Street Art and Drawings of IEMZA street art drawing

The Street Art and Drawings of IEMZA street art drawing

The Street Art and Drawings of IEMZA street art drawing

French street artist IEMZA tells IdN that he treats the creation of his outdoor paintings like sketches, incorporating a hierarchy of lines both organic and faintly architectural. The artist often utilizes decaying walls as a backdrop, where the underlying structures of abandoned buildings have been laid bare and work in perfect harmony with IEMZA’s imperfect, dripping line work. His subjects are equally terrifying and beautiful: hallowed-eyed faces both haunting and sensual, and other-worldly insects or monsters that completely dominate the canvas they live on. You can see much more of his work on Facebook and Flickr.

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You Are Beautiful: An Art Movement Turns 10

You Are Beautiful: An Art Movement Turns 10 street art installation Chicago

You Are Beautiful: An Art Movement Turns 10 street art installation Chicago

You Are Beautiful: An Art Movement Turns 10 street art installation Chicago

You Are Beautiful: An Art Movement Turns 10 street art installation Chicago

You Are Beautiful: An Art Movement Turns 10 street art installation Chicago

You Are Beautiful: An Art Movement Turns 10 street art installation Chicago

You Are Beautiful: An Art Movement Turns 10 street art installation Chicago

You Are Beautiful: An Art Movement Turns 10 street art installation Chicago

You Are Beautiful: An Art Movement Turns 10 street art installation Chicago

Ten years ago Chicago artist and designer Matthew Hoffman decided to print a batch of 100 stickers that read simply “You Are Beautiful” which he gave to friends and colleagues who found the phrase to be inspiring, hopeful, and infectious. Requests for the stickers began to trickle in so Hoffman started selling them in small batches online at You-Are-Beautiful.com. Demand quickly began to swell, so much so that he’s now printed over 500,000 of them. Soon the stickers were accompanied by numerous public art installations in Chicago and eventually the message began appearing around the world on fences, street overpasses, and sidewalks. To celebrate 10 years of ‘You Are Beautiful’ Matt is putting together a book with help from Kickstarter that documents the evolution of the project including photography, stories, and tons of really awesome rewards including his hand-cut wood signs and of course tons of stickers. Join me in helping Matt get this thing off the ground, there’s just three days left.

Update: You Are Beautiful has also partnered with Threadless for a t-shirt design contest.

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The Street Art of DMS

The Street Art of DMS street art graffiti

The Street Art of DMS street art graffiti

The Street Art of DMS street art graffiti

The Street Art of DMS street art graffiti

The Street Art of DMS street art graffiti

The Street Art of DMS street art graffiti

I’m really enjoying the street art and paintings of Brazilian artist DMS (Davi De Melo Santos) whose work I find to be humorous, hopeful, and extremely inventive. Go get lost in his paintings, murals, and this fun series of faces. (via moon83)

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New Interactive Street Art from Ernest Zacharevic

New Interactive Street Art from Ernest Zacharevic street art

New Interactive Street Art from Ernest Zacharevic street art

New Interactive Street Art from Ernest Zacharevic street art

New Interactive Street Art from Ernest Zacharevic street art
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Julina Rashid

New Interactive Street Art from Ernest Zacharevic street art

New Interactive Street Art from Ernest Zacharevic street art

Artist Ernest Zacharevic has been busy since first appearing on Colossal last summer with his unique style of street art that often relies on the interaction between physical objects and painted murals. The Malaysia-based artist traveled to Brussels and Panang to create new work, and also completed a series of ads for Toyota about parking lot safety. He also appears prominently in a new book about street art in his native Georgetown.

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Brilliant Urban Interventions by OakOak Turn Crumbling City Infrastructure into a Visual Playground

Brilliant Urban Interventions by OakOak Turn Crumbling City Infrastructure into a Visual Playground  street art

Brilliant Urban Interventions by OakOak Turn Crumbling City Infrastructure into a Visual Playground  street art

Brilliant Urban Interventions by OakOak Turn Crumbling City Infrastructure into a Visual Playground  street art

Brilliant Urban Interventions by OakOak Turn Crumbling City Infrastructure into a Visual Playground  street art

Brilliant Urban Interventions by OakOak Turn Crumbling City Infrastructure into a Visual Playground  street art

Brilliant Urban Interventions by OakOak Turn Crumbling City Infrastructure into a Visual Playground  street art

Brilliant Urban Interventions by OakOak Turn Crumbling City Infrastructure into a Visual Playground  street art

Brilliant Urban Interventions by OakOak Turn Crumbling City Infrastructure into a Visual Playground  street art

Brilliant Urban Interventions by OakOak Turn Crumbling City Infrastructure into a Visual Playground  street art

Brilliant Urban Interventions by OakOak Turn Crumbling City Infrastructure into a Visual Playground  street art

According to the Outsiders, street artist OaKoAk lives and works in St. Etienne, France where he works not as an artist but instead at a desk as a “pen pusher”. Untrained in painting or fine art of any kind, he instead uses stencils, paint, and occasionally adhesive superheros to give new meaning to simple cracks in the ground or crumbling building facades. You can see tons more on his blog as well as Facebook.

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Mentalgassi Transforms Urban Fixtures into Urban Hilarity

Mentalgassi Transforms Urban Fixtures into Urban Hilarity urban street art

Mentalgassi Transforms Urban Fixtures into Urban Hilarity urban street art

Mentalgassi Transforms Urban Fixtures into Urban Hilarity urban street art

Berlin-based art collective Mentalgassi just put up two new pieces (top two images) for Getxo Photo 2012, an annual photography festival in Spain. Mentalgassi is known for their use of large photographs pasted onto outdoor objects, most commonly the use of portraits. You can also follow them on Facebook. (via arrested motion)

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Sum Times: Clever Mathematical Street Art from Aakash Nihalani

Sum Times: Clever Mathematical Street Art from Aakash Nihalani windows street art math doors

Sum Times: Clever Mathematical Street Art from Aakash Nihalani windows street art math doors

Sum Times: Clever Mathematical Street Art from Aakash Nihalani windows street art math doors

Sum Times: Clever Mathematical Street Art from Aakash Nihalani windows street art math doors

Sum Times: Clever Mathematical Street Art from Aakash Nihalani windows street art math doors

I’m loving this series of simple, non-destructive interventions by artist Aakash Nihalani (previously) who is widely known for his observational street art involving neon-colored tape in various geometric forms. Nihalani opens a solo show starting January 12th, 2013 at Jonathan LeVine. (via arrested motion)

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