Photos by Tim Hans
Photos by Tim Hans
Happy weekend. Hope you’ve had a less busy week than me.
Photo by Unusualimage
I wish I had time for a weekend…
Photo by Peter Fuss
So as finals exams and essays begin to creep up on me (70-ish pages to write in the next month), these link-o-rama posts are going to become essential until the school year is up, so you know, I encourage you to read them closely.
Photo courtesy of Ville de Fleury-les-Aubrais
Last summer, Aryz painted a few works on wood panels in Næstved, Denmark while he was in town to paint a mural. The wood panel pieces are now on display for the first time. They can be seen in the waiting room at the Næstved bus station. Why can’t American bus stops be this cool? Henrik Haven sent over these photos of the work.
Photos by Henrik Haven
We get emailed the latest-and-greatest of many different street artists, but it is unusual to get sent photographs of old and worn down pieces unless they are historically significant. Miss Kaliansky may not have a website, but what she does have is an eye for beauty. She sent us these photos taken in Barcelona in January 2013, saying “Nothing new, but beautiful…”
Photos by Miss Kaliansky
Had a fantastic time in New York last weekend finishing up The Art of Comedy, but that meant missing out on a lot of news, so some of this week’s link-o-rama is a bit more dated than usual:
Photo by Luna Park
The walls are talking in Puerto Rico, as over a dozen first-rate artists are busy gracing the walls of the Santurce district of San Juan. Organized by local artists Celso Gonzalez and Alexis Diaz of La Pandilla, along with Emil Medina of Buena Vibra, “Los Muros Hablan” marks the Carribean’s largest urban arts festival. Not only are we seeing some of our favorite artists at work, but we are also meeting many whose works is new to us. Here are just a few images we took today — many more to come:
Sponsored by Coor Light, “Los Muros Hablan” continues through the 14th.
Photos of Roa by Lois Stavsky; photo of Aryz by Dani Mozeson and of Bik-Ismo by Lenny Collado
Here’s some stuff I missed this week while sitting under a giant stack of books and papers to read, mostly stuff I was supposed to read for school but avoided because I was at Nuart last weekend.
Photo by Colin Chazaud
I’m headed to Nuart next week, so expect updates to be sporadic any maybe Nuart-focused. Should be a great festival. Here’s what I missed this week:
Photo by Stinkfish