JUSTKIDS is a street art collective which recently put up some super cool murals around Puerto Rico. The group features the artists Bicicleta sem Freio, Cyrcle, Madsteez and Seth. Check out way more pics of their hyper colored works below!
OVERTHRONE! explores symbols of power and the control they have over our minds. We take symbols of power and deconstruct them by flipping them upside down, suggesting overthrowing the reigns of power. It is a subliminal call to action… Overthrow the powers of doubt and oppression in the mind so we, the individual, can let go of fear and take power back!
Tristan Eaton (HF Vol. 34) is such a versatile painter, his collage-like murals often include a combination of typography, realistic portraiture, illustration, and patterns — all rendered freehand with spray paint. His ability to mix and match various styles within a single, cohesive image lends his work well to collaborations, like the ones he completed over the course of the past week with fellow street artists Cyrcle and How & Nosm in Brooklyn.
Faith, God, Science, Belief, Doubt… LA artist duo Cyrcle
tests these every day philosophies in their glow-in-the-dark
exhibition, “NOTHING EXISTS!”. The title points to their theme,
Solipsism, a theory that asserts that nothing exists but an individual’s
consciousness. It’s a grand concept tackled by concise forms, shapes
and a largely monochromatic color palette. With hints of glowing green,
their acrylic paintings on wood and relief sculptures feature
deceivingly simplistic, spacey imagery. We recently got a behind the scenes look as they prepared for the exhibit, now on view at Station16 Gallery in Montreal.
Urban Nation in Berlin celebrated the 8th and, reportedly, final chapter of its “Project M” exhibition series this past weekend. Curated in collaboration with London’s StolenSpace Gallery, the exhibit revealed new murals, ten large scale panels at the nearby Urban Nation office, and a collection of new works at Urban Nation’s gallery space by 10 artists: Shepard Fairey, D*Face, Maya Hayuk, Cyrcle, Word To Mother, Miss Van, The London Police, Joram Roukes, Snik, and Evoca1. Most traveled to Berlin for the occasion, making this installment a representation of Urban Nation’s international reach through its collaborators.