Time lapse mural artworks by Tobias Hall

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By Tobias Hall in New Art on Wednesday 30 November 2011

It’s almost been a year since I painted my first mural, so I decided to collect them all and publish them in one super-duper mural project. The murals have largely been created for Zizzi, who use an artist in every restaurant they open or refurbish and always set a brief which is relevant to the […]

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Large scale mural by Hugh Leeman for Art Basel Miami

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By Hugh Leeman in New Art on Wednesday 30 November 2011

This is my new 8′ x 20′ hand painted mural in Miami, Florida, for Art Basel week. The mural is of Tracy and Raymond. Both are friends of mine from San Francisco. Raymond stopped by my studio to chat the other day as I was finishing up his portrait, on the right. He had cut […]

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Michael Jackson mural created from soft drink cans

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By Zolton in New Art on Thursday 11 August 2011

Dan Seaton Brown must have a soft drink addiction. Seriously, he created this stunning portrait of Michael Jackson using only discarded aluminum cans. It was all for a good cause, of course: promoting the opening of the Michael Jackson movie screening at the Regent in Los Angeles. Wink wink.

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Memories of the Structure of the Universe

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By Lost At E Minor in New Art on Tuesday 19 July 2011

Memories of the Structure of the Universe is Cristina Guitian’s 38 metre long mural commissioned by the AMC Hospital in Amsterdam to decorate their staff area.

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Indonesian artist Eko Nugroho

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By Dani Danot in New Illustration on Thursday 30 June 2011

One of my favorite Indonesian artists is Eko Nugroho. Born in Jogjakarta in 1977, Eko is one of the best known Indonesian artists in the field of murals, paintings, comics, drawings, video projections, animations, and embroideries.

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Bill Dunlap’s Poetic Aesthetic in Rural Maryland

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Friday 10 June 2011

I blogged about Bill Dunlap a while back, and he checked back in with us recently to let us know about his incredible Poetic Aesthetic in Rural Maryland project, in which he’s attempting to paint murals on barns in every county in Maryland. All of the murals will involve poetry. I’m glad I’m living in this state so I can more easily seek out these murals as they appear.

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Jordan Kasey’s mural at my house

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Wednesday 1 June 2011

My former roommate Jordan Kasey, who I’ve mentioned before, is doing a mural on a wall in my apartment. I’ll post about it as it progresses.

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Maya Hayuk

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Monday 28 March 2011

I wonder what hippies in the ’60s would think of Maya Hayuk, who seems to translate the incomprehensible joy of the universe into technicolor paintings and murals. I don’t think they would have been able to handle the truth. Rye Rye commissioned a wall piece from her for the video for Sunshine [watch video below].

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Audrey Hepburn wall mural by Ben Slow

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By Michelle Wilding in New Art on Monday 28 March 2011

It would be my dream to have an Audrey Hepburn mural adorn one of my walls. Illustrator Ben Slow has created this stunning work of art. And it looks even impressive with the added touch of running paint.

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Baltimore Mural by Josh Van Horne

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By Gerry Mak in New Events on Wednesday 28 July 2010

My friend Josh Van Horne, a local Baltimore artist, did this amazing mural in our neighborhood that depicts the history of this warehouse-laden area.

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Know Hope

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By Gerry Mak in New Design on Monday 14 June 2010

Israeli artist Know Hope creates elegantly lyrical murals and street installations that are an unabashed call for understanding and peace. Truly inspirational stuff.

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Beastman’s Sydney mural

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By Michelle Wilding in Cool Travel on Tuesday 13 October 2009

Brad Eastman (aka Beastman) has made my running errands around Darlinghurst, Sydney days all the merrier thanks to his recent blue faced mural which graces The Recordstore’s side wall. It looks amazing on the street, so swing past the corner of Arnold Lane and Goulburn Street for a mesmerising geeze.

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