Posts by Alyssa Anda

November 9, 2011

Shape-Shifting Space Invasion

Has something or someone infected these surfaces? It’s actually the work of Miharu Matsunaga, a Japanese artist and photographer who hand-paints over everything from human bodies to garages, lockers and floors. She calls this particular body of work “Ten-Ten.” Using small and large circles, she creates amorphous shapes that seem to be devouring our world.

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November 8, 2011

Spiritual Encounter Building Mural

Street collaborations are all the rage these days, as we’ve seen by that magnificent Montreal mural. DAL and Faith47 painted a masterpiece in Greece for the 15th Biennial of Young Artists’ project FaceArt-Public Murals. During the course of a week, the duo worked on this amazing mural on the streets of Thessaloniki. DAL’s impressive lines combined with Faith47’s color make for one eye-catching creation.

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November 6, 2011

Frankenstein and His Bride

Collaborations in street art are becoming more and more common these days. First we had Lump, Chazme and Polish duo Sepe’s Never Ending Story, and now we see street artists Sav45, Ros, Oiter and Undos coming together to create this impressive Halloween-inspired mural that graces a wall in Barcelona, Spain.

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November 3, 2011

Japan’s Rise of the Underground

The Mark Moore Gallery in Culver City, California has an amazing show for all you art enthusiasts out there. Jeremy Fish and the ever-talented Kenichi Yokono have their pieces on display from now until December 17th. Japanese artist Yokono’s series Rise of the Underground features his famous carved woodblocks. Looking at the impressive detail in each piece is all part of the magic. The works highlight a darker part of Japanese culture.

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