Scott Campbell, one of my favorite poster artists, recently teamed up with Peaking Lights, one of my favorite bands, for this awesome poster. It’s an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, has an edition of 100, and costs $25. Visit ScttCmpbll.com.
John Vogl aka The Bungaloo will sell a great new poster for Dave Matthews Band today. It’s an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, has an AP edition of 25, and will cost $40. It goes up today (Thursday, July 17th) at a random time in the afternoon. Visit his shop.
Dutch artist Daan Botlek recently visited Brückmühle a small village south of Berlin, just south of Oranienbaum, where he painted this unique mural. Known for finding unusual spots and walls to paint on, this particular piece was created on an old farm there.
Using minimalist color palette consisting of white, black and blue accents, the artist once again proved his great ability to play with depth and perspective. By witty usage of blue accents and dotted shape effect, his simple silhouette characters are working around huge boulders, tying them with ropes, submerging them in ice-like cubes and other objects. Defying gravity and other rules of physics, the entire piece has a mind puzzling effect. Juxtapozed against the old brick wall these bright and clean characters are almost floating above the surface, giving the mural even more striking effect.
Check out more photos after the jump and stay tuned for more news from Daan Botlek.
Thinkspace Gallery will release this beautiful new art print by Audrey Kawasaki tomorrow. “Ponderer” is a 17″ x 28″ giclee, has an edition of 250, and will cost $250. It goes up tomorrow (Tuesday, July 29th) at 10am Pacific Time. Visit ThinkspaceGallery.com.
Rob Loukotka just released three more prints in his “ACME Inventory Series”, based on his popular ACME Corporation Poster. These are all 8″ x 8″ screenprints for $30 each (if you buy more than one, they’re only $25 each). He also has deals on framing and a mystery print if you buy six prints. Visit FringeFocus.com.
Dark City Gallery will release this new poster for The Deer Hunter by La Boca tomorrow. It’s an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, has an edition of 100, and will cost £50. The purple variant is a 30″ x 40″ glow in the dark screenprint, has an edition of 75, and will cost £75. These go up tomorrow (Tuesday, July 29th) at 10am GMT. Visit DarkCityGallery.com.
Galerie F will release this Chicago-themed art print by David Welker today. “Bear vs. Bull” is a 16″ x 16″ screenprint, has an edition of 90, and will cost $50. It goes up today (Monday, July 28th) at a random time. Visit GalerieF.com.
Monkey Ink Design will release a new poster for Ray LaMontagne today, plus an art print version. The poster is an 18″ x 24″ glow in the dark screenprint, has an edition of 180, and will cost $45. The art print has an edition of 52 and will cost $50. These go up today (Monday, July 28th) at 3pm Central Time. Visit their shop.
Gaia and Cyrcle are currently in Europe where they just finished working on this collab somewhere on the streets of Vienna in Austria.
Invited by Cash Cans and Candy, the newly formed duo quickly worked their way through this piece which is featuring each artist's distinctive style and imagery.
The piece features as its central focus the personification of the Danube and Inn River produced by Hugo Haerdlt for the Pallas Athen Fountain. The background is comprised of Jewish department stores matched with their current day renovations and the various redevelopments of the Stafa. Paired with some of these buildings are the portraits of modern architect Otto Wagner, christian socialist politician and anti semite Karl Lueger, and neoclassical architect Theophil Hansen. The lone building of religious significance is the Leopoldstadt Synagogue positioned between the two figures.
Reconvene after the jump for more images on this collaborative artwork and then check back with us shortly for more mural updates.
Axel Void is currently in Ordes where he just finished working on this new mural as part of the newest edition of the DesOrdes Street Art Festival.
This mural is painted in the small town of Ordes on a residency for the elderly. The original image is taken from an anonymous ID photo from a person of this town. The photo was stapled to an old ID card of a lady in her late sixties that I assume was his wife. According to the ID she would be 120 years old, so she has definitely passed away.I liked the romanticism in this image and the fact that the only document of his that remains is together with his wife’s. I found this image fit perfectly at an elderly residency. It’s a thought on the passing of time, perpetuity and the historical memory that remains of everyday people. It’s an homage to those who are forgotten and those who live in their small segments of time. Special thanks to Marcos, Mou and Diana for organizing DesOrdes Festival and for their friendship and hospitality and to Blanca Louro and her family for their hospitality and amazing food during these days. – Axel Void
Continue reading for more images on "Ninguen" and then check back with us soon for more street art updates from Spain.