Bryson Strauss and the L.A. Art Machine keep an eye on global art phenomena and support the ongoing conservation of Los Angeles’ substantial outdoor mural collection, continuing to promote a vital art community on all levels. This week they hosted Brazilian Street Arts Ethos to come and paint and the results have been giant! Talented photographer Carlos Gonzales jumped into some very tricky spots to get you these dynamic process shots of Ethos in action.
Street Artist Bambi did this portrait in North London for today’s wedding – more art inspired by Will and Kate here at Artlyst.com Royal His and Hers Prints from K-Guy London based Street Artist K-GUY plays with Wills and Kate with these newly released prints to celebrate their union and to poke a little fun […]
The London Street Artist Sweet Toof’s new show, “Dark Horse” at Factory Fresh opens wide a to mouthful of gleaming new pieces as the artist debuts his first New York show solo, having previously been a part of the Burning Candy Crew with Cyclops and Tek33. A little frisky in the Brooklyn streets, we find that Sweet Toof is exploring more than the usual territory and challenging himself artistically, always with a healthy glob of humor. Yes, the pink gums and pearly whites continue to have prominence in each piece, but their permutations continue at a dizzying pace.
“Amsterydynasty” Black Book Gallery presents The London Police & Handiedan “Amsterydynasty” Opening reception May 14th at 7pm – Open to the public Artists in attendance May 14, 2011 through May 31, 2011 Denver, CO (April 20, 2011) – Black Book Gallery is at it again for the month of May, delivering some of the most […]keep looking »