Tag Archives: street art

  • KIDULT EXTINCTOR by Street Artist Kidult

    KIDULT EXTINCTOR by Street Artist Kidult

    Street artist Kidult has put out a limited edition “paint extinguisher” that does not actually extinguish paint (such a device would be antithetical to a street artist, I imagine) but instead sprays it in a new way. It’s called the KIDULT EXTINCTOR, and here are the official specs: -Matte black ‘KIDULT’ and body finish -All Metal […]

  • ‘GhostPaint’ VR Graffiti App From Epic Games

    ‘GhostPaint’ VR Graffiti App From Epic Games

    VR graffiti is so hot right now. The latest app to capitalize on this trend is from Epic Games, the developers of Unreal Engine, and it’s called GhostPaint, a cool title that evokes the “ghostman” moniker in Blackhat (or maybe that’s just me). Designed for the HTC Vive, GhostPaint will let you explore a wide […]

  • Hollyweed: Vandals Upgrade the Hollywood Sign

    Hollyweed: Vandals Upgrade the Hollywood Sign

    2017 has been anticipated by many with a mixture of dread and terror, but the year actually began with, dare I say it, a pretty positive omen. It could be found in beautiful Hollywood, California, where the iconic Hollywood Sign was for a brief shining moment replaced with a sign reading “Hollyweed.” Around 3 AM […]

  • Street Art Optical Illusion Appears to Show Invisible Concrete

    Street Art Optical Illusion Appears to Show Invisible Concrete

    If you weren’t strolling through a certain part of the Czech Republic recently, you may have missed out on an extremely cool street art optical illusion that makes the concrete support it’s painted on appear to be invisible. The work would appear to be untitled but was originally posted on Facebook by a fan, a […]

  • RFK Mural Festival: Los Angeles School Turned Into Open Air Street Art Museum

    RFK Mural Festival: Los Angeles School Turned Into Open Air Street Art Museum

    Street art has come a long way towards being seen as a legitimate mode of expression, but its inherently fluid properties makes permanent exhibitions difficult. So it’s especially cool that Branded Arts has teamed up with an army of street artists including Shepard Fairey, Kenny Scharf, Jeff Soto, Hueman, Cyrcle, Sam Flores, and others, for […]

  • Felipe Pantone: Street Artist Paints Paris Highway Tunnel (Photos)

    Felipe Pantone: Street Artist Paints Paris Highway Tunnel (Photos)

    Visitors to the A86 Duplex highway tunnel in Paris on May 22nd, an area that is usually restricted to the public, were treated to a psychedelic visual feast courtesy of street artist Felipe Pantone and the Lasco Project. Luckily, photos of the installation are widely available now, even if you weren’t able to make it […]

  • G-Shock GDX6900FTR-1 From Casio and Futura

    G-Shock GDX6900FTR-1 From Casio and Futura

    Street artist and brand gadfly Futura continues to turn up everywhere these days.  His latest collaboration is with Casio, for which he’s whipped up a new design for the G-Shock GDX6900FTR-1 in his signature abstract style that should please fans of the street artist and the long-running digital watch line alike. The Casio G-Shock GDX6900FTR-1 […]

  • Google Data Center Mural Project Puts Artistic Faces on Data Centers (Video)

    Google Data Center Mural Project Puts Artistic Faces on Data Centers (Video)

    Every time you use a Google product or service, you are (probably unwittingly) engaging a Google Data Center, located in various suburbs throughout the world. As you might imagine, these Data Centers can take up a lot of space, but Google is embarking on a new initiative to beautify these otherwise-imposing structures with the Google […]

  • ‘Kingspray': Virtual Reality Graffiti Simulator (Video)

    ‘Kingspray': Virtual Reality Graffiti Simulator (Video)

    If you want to enjoy the thrill of graffiti without the hassle of making a noticeable impact on your community or striking a blow against oppressive advertising, there’s now a virtual reality “graffiti simulator” that lets you do just that. It’s called Kingspray (as in “king spray,” not “kings pray,” or at least that’s what […]