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Rome ‘hood gets a brilliant technicolour makeover by street artist Blu

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By Rachel Oakley in New Art on Friday 31 July 2015

If only every neighbourhood had the Blu treatment! Blu, an Italian street artist, has really made his mark on his new home in Rebibbia, Rome.

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MUTO: street art animation by Italian artist Blu

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By Terrible Spaceship in Video on Wednesday 6 February 2013

Blu is an Italian street artist of incredible skill and patience. This stop-action video of his ‘graffiti’ isn’t new, but it is impossibly cool and deserves to be viewed by all. This guy expresses more raw creativity in this piece than most studio artists get across in a lifetime. Watch with the volume up: the […]

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COMBO, a street art animation by Blu and David Ellis

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By Gerry Mak in Video on Friday 25 September 2009

Way back when we were wowed by MUTO, an animation done by artist Blu by painting on graffiti-covered walls in Buenos Aires and Baden, Switzerland. His latest, COMBO, a collaboration with David Ellis, is even more impressive, taking advantage of the features of an old courtyard space — pipes, gutters, windows — and even featuring […]

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Numskull’s incredibly bold and bewildering Aussie street art: We asked him all about it

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By Rachel Oakley in New Art on Wednesday 29 April 2015

Elliott Routledge (aka Numskull) is brightening up the streets of Sydney with his bold imagery and will be opening his solo show High Contrast, with M.M.P.G. this coming May.

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The Simpsons get schooled in street gear thanks to illustrator Tommy Bates

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By Rachel Oakley in New Fashion on Monday 9 March 2015

Fashion in The Simpsons has been the same since the 1990s – Bart wears his signature blue shorts and orange t-shirt, Homer wears his white shirt and blue pants. So one illustrator took their sense of style into his own hands to give them some street cred.

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Australian street artist, Rone, paints on a 5-story building in Berlin

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Wednesday 11 December 2013

Rone is a notable street artist who has created many works of art on the streets of Melbourne. Recently, he spent five days in Berlin to create a mural, which he says is one of the largest he has ever attempted. The mural is on a five-story building and is a portrait of fashion model […]

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Melbourne’s Rowena Martinich: Colouring outside the lines

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By Michelle Wilding in New Art on Wednesday 17 April 2013

Mummy and daddy told us to try and draw inside colouring book lines while growing up. Rowena Martinich’s parents must have been an exception. The Melbourne-based artist is an abstract expressionist with a difference, blurring Greenbergian formalism with edgy street art practices. She has a love affair with making her mark known in everyday public […]

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Blu’s incredible new mural on an abandoned building in Rome

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By Kelly Keenan in New Art on Thursday 4 October 2012

Italian artist Blu just threw down an amazingly huge mural on an abandoned building in Rome. Keeping it simple with just black on white, Blu depicts the obvious and not so obvious evils that plague today’s global society.

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Papergirl: a community street art project

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By Emily Hiller in New Events on Friday 8 June 2012

Papergirl is a street art event which started in Berlin in 2006 and is happening this summer in many cities around the world. Papergirl invites anyone and everyone to show their art in a week long exhibition, after which volunteers will roll up the art and distribute them via bicycle to random people all over the city.

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275 streetlamps in Amsterdam park to emit blue light

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By Bryan Stewart in New Art on Saturday 3 March 2012

I’m really looking forward to seeing this. Steve McQueen, artist and filmmaker, will transform Vondelpark in Amsterdam by swapping out the white street light bulbs and replacing them with blue ones, transforming the ordinary into a work of art with the simplest of touches.

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Mentalgassi: a blog documenting street art in Spain

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By Jesca Teale in Cool Websites on Tuesday 31 January 2012

Mentalgassi is an amazing blog documenting street art in Spain. The art is blunt and showcases people in an unusual light. The Public Intimacy Series, for instance, shows a man doing mundane activities in public. There’s a bathroom set up in a photo booth, a living room set up on a subway platform, as well […]

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San Francisco is teaming with inspiring artists

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By Hugh Leeman in Video on Wednesday 16 November 2011

My most recent video featuring footage on the streets and in the studio creating portraits with rust and chemicals. The video includes interviews with White Walls Gallery owner, Justin Giarla, as well as my friend and subject, the homeless street musician Blue.

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New street art photography book by Plastic Robot

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By Lost At E Minor in New Photography on Wednesday 2 November 2011

Artist and photographer Plastic Robot has just released his first book of street art photography, Painted Streets. The 170 page book is bursting with the colours of New York’s streets.

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Awesome graffiti by London street artist Roid

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By Chris Koehler in New Art on Wednesday 2 November 2011

I spent a good portion of high school sitting in Tower Records looking through graffiti magazines, and since then I’ve become an internet graffiti addict. I’ve seen a ton of letters and sometimes they all seem to blur together. When I first started seeing work by London’s Roid, I felt like I was seeing graffiti for the first time.

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Big Bang, Big Boom: wall-painted animation by BLU

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By Zolton in Video on Saturday 30 April 2011

Many moons ago, when my hair was longer and my eyes were clearer, I was the editor of Australian pop culture magazine, Riot. For one issue, I commissioned an eight page illustration spread from a then little-known Italian artist named Blu. He, instead, created a series of distinctive drawings burnt into panels of wood. It […]

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