From LA to Tel Aviv. Yuli appears in multiple locations, including alongside Ame72‘s lego men. The ‘Kiss of death’ piece gets Isreali and Palestinian hats. The bottom image is alongside a huge piece by Pilpeled
location: Tel Aviv, Israel
Ozi’s contributions to the Festival Ponto e Vírgula ’09: St. George and the dragon, and a Louis Vuitton pig on a dumpster
location: Diadema, Sao Paolo
Great use of the stars for the arms, face & body
artist: unknown / Chasin?
location: Paris, France
‘Good artists copy, great artists steal. Picasso. Banksy. Ephemeral One. Tox09.’
‘Not Banksy’ is an amusing ‘Banksy subversion’ project. 40 ‘unique pieces’ were just dropped in Bristol.
“A covert attempt to bring back the attainability of Banksy trinkets in an age of bourgeois auction house gentrification.
A: Subverting the street art industry from within?
B: Capturing the essence of what gives graffiti its edge over other art forms; complete transience and lack of entrance fees?
C: A low level promotional stunt?
D: Conceptual brilliance?
No answers to be found here, other than to say giving away some art sounded like fun.”
check out more of the work here
artist: Not Banksy / Ephemeral One
I like Papermonster’s work a lot (see previous post here), so I’m pleased he’s taken his work to the streets. I particularly like the color contrast against C215’s stencil in the top image.
“I am working on finding new ways to work on the street and share my work with others. “The Give and Take” project enables me to use the cities natural textures and decay as backdrops to my stencil art. I recently went into Brooklyn to do some test and get a stronger feel for what challenges lay ahead. 1st challenge= evey building is brown and dark. Where is the color? The quest continues and stay posted for more.”
location: Dusseldorf, Germany
Fætter Dub’s latest in his line of stenciled kids – boxer kid. See older work from Paris here
artist: Fætter Dub
location: Vig, Denmark