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Waone (Interesni Kazki) paints a new mural in Varkala, India

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Waone and AEC better known as Interesni Kazki, are currently travelling in India and creating some new works along the way. Waone recently shared this new mural titled “Visions and sounds of strangeness” painted somewhere around South Cliff, Varkala, Kerala, India.
Known for their surrealist imagery and meaningful works full of symbolism and traditional elements, Ukrainian artists painted this colorful image using many elements from local culture. Created on a local house somewhere in the lush rain forest around temple town of Verkala the piece quickly turned into a sensation among locals. As usual, their narrative work carries many messages carried through fairy-tale like visual language that Interesni Kazki have been known for, but we’ll let you discover those yourself.

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Montana Cans presents: Between Street and Art – Miami Art Basel 2014

More and more Street Artists and Graffiti Writers find their way into the professional art world. They create a whole new market that grows with the interests of prominent buyers like Pharell or Swizz Beatz. At the same time these two worlds still seem very seperated and only a view Street-Artists are recognized by the Fine Art scene and galleries. During last years Art Basel week in Miami we met Revok, Shepard Fairey and Cleon Peterson, talked about their view on their own development and heard some interesting tips to make a career in the art world.

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Etam Cru Painted New Large Mural in Adelaide

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Polish artists Sainer and Bezt, better known as Etam Cru, recently spent few days in warm Adelaide, working on their most recent large mural for WonderWalls festival at Port Adelaide.
This time they created a large figurative piece showing a young lad in a vintage royal uniform with his eyes closed. In their signature style, the image features couple of their recurring visual elements such a white rat on hs shoulder or a skull logo on a ring. Being very familiar with working in large scale, this piece shows their ability to create almost photo realistic works, while still staying recognizable through their fine touches. The use of the concrete surface of the building as their image background, or over saturated tones of red and yellow being examples of their recognizable style.

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“Composition with Red, Blue and Yellow” Print Release by Ernest Zacharevic

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PrintThemAll just announced their upcoming print release – “Composition with Red, Blue and Yellow” by Ernest Zacharevic. This edition is made after a large mural that Lithuanian artist painted in Atlanta earlier this year, and it’s showing children playing around iconic geo shapes by Dutch painter Piet Mondrian.

Few weeks ago artist was invited to Paris to create this edition at the legendary Idem studio in Paris, using their infamous Marinoni press that produced fine art editions by the likes of Picasso, Renoir, and others major names. The finished print is being released in an edition of 60, it’s a 8 color lithograph, printed on 70,5 x 56 cm hand cut BFK Rives 270g paper, and comes signed and numbered by the artist. You can see the process video above, as well as some exclusive photos of the finished prints after the jump, and the print will be available for purchase on Thursday, 27th of November via PrintThemAll website.

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Giacomo Bufarini a.k.a. RUN Introduces “Parabola Di G”

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Italian street artist RUN, is opening a unique exhibition and sculptural installation on 27th November 2014 @ Howard Griffin Gallery in London. Exhibiting for the first time under his real name, Giacomo Bufarini introduces “Parabola Di G”, a semi-autobiographical story told through a unique series of highly detailed pen and ink drawings that collectively make up a book.

The book follows the life journey of semi-fictional character, G, and explores ideas of imagination and creativity by showing important metaphorical moments from his life. The surreal story line is fully applicable to modern life, and it’s inspired by Giacomo’s personal experiences from his early days of creating street art on the streets of Bologna and Florence in the 90s, through meeting other cultures during world wide travels, to his current life and studio work in London.  This landmark exhibition for the artist is a unique opportunity to see the original drawings of the book presented in a complex and site specific installation, as well as a first major show of the renewed artist.

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DalEast New Works / Solo Show in NYC

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Chinese artist DalEast is currently in NYC preparing his solo show with Jonathan Levine gallery. Opening on Sept 4th, “The Laten Photon” will be his 2nd show with the gallery. While in the city, the artist took a break from finalizing his works and working on a limited edition print that will be released with the show, and painted some public works that hes been widely known for.

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New Ludo Billboards in Paris

Ludo has recently pasted up some fresh billboard size works in his hometown of Paris. After traveling to Thailand and Japan and creating some public works there on very unique and exclusive locations, than taking part in this year Glastonbury festival, French artist is back home working hard on his big solo show with The Outsiders London. His recent travels were shot for an exclusive video that will be premiered at the upcoming show. In between long studio hours, Ludo still finds time to go out and put some fresh black and white pasteups with bright green accents using his signature mutilated nature imagery and bastardized pop culture logos and images. Check more Ludo related news at http://thisisludo.com/

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Buff Monster’s Friday Fives

We got a little love from our favourite melty Metallica fan, Buff Monster on his round up over at restaurant review site, The Infatuation.

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Luke Cornish (E.L.K) x Will Coles – Into The Void

Two of Australia’s biggest hitters, Will Coles – best known for his subversive sculptures, and Luke Cornish, aka E.L.K – famed for his photo-realistic stencil work – have come together to create a new show of epic proportions.

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The show opens at Art Equity in Sydney on the 29th May and runs until the 13th June.

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