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Artist DENIAL Show CONTROL + ALT + DELETE

Control +Alt+Delete by Denial

Canadian Pop and Graffiti artist Daniel Bombardier, aka DENIAL, is presently exhibiting his first solo show at the Vs. Gallery in Melbourne, Australia. The show titled CONTROL + ALT + DELETE is a an exhibition that examines our perception of consumerism, fed to us through through advertising and branding, in an attempt to start a new dialogue about Capitalism and corporate values. (more…)

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35 Brilliant Pop Culture Art Puns from Hanksy

The artist known as Hansky must have a blast. Everything he creates, including his moniker, mocks the world of celebrity and art. Actors, musicians, athletes and politicians are combined with pop culture and rendered in his street art to result in that lowest rung of comedy, the pun. And like several puns, they’re so bad, they’re good. (more…)

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The Truck Art Project and Palibex Murals Highlight Urban Artists from Spain

truck art project and Palibex murals

Jaime Colsa, founder and CEO of Spain’s truck transport company Palibex (aka PBX) is a lover and supporter of the arts and local culture. Their building and their trucks have been used as canvases to showcase the urban artwork of contemporary Spanish artists. (more…)

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Street Artist MEGX Turns Utility Buildings Into Fun for WSW

MEGX for Wuppertal Stadtwerke

MEGX for Wuppertal Stadtwerke. Street artist Martin Heuwold, aka MEGX, who works and lives in Wuppertal, Germany was commissioned by the power and water company Wuppertal Stadtwerke (WSW) to turn this some of their utilitarian facilities into something much more fun. (more…)

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Street Artist David Zinn Charms With Chalk.

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Peppering the sidewalks in Ann Arbor and elsewhere in Michigan are some adorable creatures drawn in chalk that appear to be interacting with lamps, pipes, gutters, grates, planters and more. (more…)

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