The ever-elusive Banksy made his return to the street art scene today. He took to his website to unveil his latest piece of work. This is the first we’ve heard of Banksy since his month long “Better Out Than In” exhibition, which took place all over New York City. His new piece is obviously poking fun at our obsession with smartphones.
Here’s some street art to go with your Hump Day Dopeness.
Happy Hump Day everyone. Get through the middle of your week with a dosage of some dope street art.
Sprite & Futura have joined forces to bring self-expression to center court. These are three basketballs that are custom painted by Futura, and will be on display through All-Star weekend. Check out more info here.
Graffiti artist INSA has been traveling around the world creating Gifs out of his own street art using walls, dumpsters, and even huts as his canvas. Take a look.
Polish-based artists SAINER and ETAM worked together to create some of the most beautiful and extravagant pieces of street art you’ll ever see.
The title is not an exaggeration. This is literally (and quite easily) the greatest graffiti timelapse video ever produced.
Bring the graffiti on the streets into your home/office with these street art prints from SUUMO. The graffiti murals are printed on matte fabric with a reusable adhesive on the back. They range in size from 2×3 to 10×7. Prices start at $65 and go all the way up to $575.
Banksy’s Better Out Than In exhibition came to an end today. Here are the final 5 pieces from the series.
Elusive street artist Banksy is utilizing the entire city of New York for his month long Better Out Than In exhibit. Banksy has been revealing a new piece of work every day this month via his website and Instagram. The traveling exhibition has been receiving a lot of attention lately from both supporters and opponents of Banksy’s work. If you haven’t been keeping up with the on-going exhibition, here are all the new pieces from this past week (Oct 14th – Oct 19th).
It’s been a long time since we’ve seen any new work from the mysterious Banksy. The street artist recently took to his website to unveil his latest piece, “Better Out Than In”. The stencil is located in Los Angeles and utilizes the natural surroundings to depict a graffiti artist throwing up flowers. Hopefully this is just a preview of a larger project to come.
Street art is the new modern art.