Supakitch and Koralie Painting in Sweden

Husband and wife, and French artists Supakitch and Koralie just painted at VÄRLDSKULTUR MUSEET GÖTEBORG in Sweden, and Elroy shot a really well-made video of the process.

Wall painting by Supakitch and Koralie
at the VÄRLDSKULTUR MUSEET GÖTEBORG / SWEDEN
With the support of POSCA
supakitch.com & koralie.net
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Video by elroy : elroy.fr
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Music by DLid (quatre rec. / Leonizer) : myspace.com/​dicklaurentisdead

Just Another Day In The Life…

Yes on Prop 19!
– Lets Tax and Regulate in CA –

San Francisco wheatpaste project—documented from start to finish—aiming to encourage California residents to go out and vote Yes on Prop 19 this Tuesday, November 2nd.

Credits: The Gentleman’s Smoking Club.

For more information, check out yeson19.com
Music: ‘Deceptacon’ by Le Tigre

Welcome to LA – Krush from The Seventh Letter

Known gallery posted this video last week of Krush from The Seventh Letter crew killin’ it! This cat is on point. Not only does Krush showcase incredible illustration skills and some on point can control.. he also put together the raw beat. The Seventh Letter represents such mad talent.

Welcome to LA…

RETNA & EL MAC go big in Culver City

RETNA and EL MAC have teamed up for another mural, this time in Culver City. Their newest mural, titled Of Our Youth, can be seen on the side of Graphaids art supply store, on La Cienega between Jefferson and Washington.
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MEAR ONE Gets Down on La Brea!

MEAR ONE goes HUGE on La Brea and 6th, this wall is insane! Mad props to an artist who kills it on so many levels.

The works of MEAR ONE are meant to bring the unseen mysteries locked with in our minds to the foreground as if to take part in a grand expose`. The question of how did we become, and why. To see through the illusion of our decrepit social condition and speak out with art as a weapon of mass liberation.

MEAR sees himself as a messenger as well a spiritual warrior using his imagination as a communication device.

Check out his website HERE!

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Ekundayo Kills It

Ekundayo is an African tribal word meaning “sorrow becomes joy”, and this Hawaii born California based artist has taken his struggles and experiences and translated them to some next level freshness. After experiencing Ekundayo’s show “Never Falling” at LA’s Thinkspace Gallery, I was compelled to share the love.

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WK Interact Shows Us How They Do It In NYC

WK Interact is one of my favorite street artist, and here he is going big yet again! His distinct style is characterized by graphics that are infused with a sense of motion, a beautifully balanced tension that is created between precisely composed figures and the dispersed chaos of splattered paint that drips down the walls he graces and the powerful contrast created when working in strictly black & white. I am a huge fan of his theme comprised of athletes in motion, not to mention the beautiful air Jordan logo he masterfully crafts with a couple strokes of a brush! He is such an intelligent, successful, and well spoken artist who continues to bring it to the streets, mad props. Check out his site HERE. Keep an eye on WK Interact, he’s not stopping anytime soon.

WK Interact - Street Art NYC

WK Interact Does it Big in NYC

JR – Exposition Paris 2009 – Ile Saint Louis

JR is huge. Last year the French artist made his mark in Rio de Janeiro. Recently, JR has been putting work up all over South Africa and he’s not stopping. He is a man with a mission, and a crew of faithful volunteers to trek with him to the edge and aid him with his cause. Next time you blink expect to see him getting up somewhere fresh around the globe. This video showcases his recent work in Paris, everything from the production to the destruction of the work and the city’s reaction to the work. This video captures what the ephemeral world of street art is all about. This project is called “Women Are Heros” and all of the photographs are of woman during wartime. Check out JR’s website HERE.

Kevin McGloughlin’s Video for Pearse McGloughlin’s ‘Ways to Kill a Werewolf

WK Interact at Subliminal Projects

WK Interact

WK INTERACT

Tonight is the opening of “How To Blow Yourself Up” by WK Interact at Subliminal Projects off of sunset.

Really an incredible artist, WK Interact is from France, but has been living in New York for over a decade. I really appreciate his street art that is characterized by an unique sense of motion.

WK Interact Street Art

Street Art by WK INTERACT

“How To Blow Yourself Up” at Subliminal Projects, from Nov. 7th to Dec. 5th, is going to be all installations like the ones pictured below. If your in LA you’ll want to check this show out!

WK Interact at Subliminal Projects

WK Interact Installation at Subliminal Projects