Here on Street Art Utopia have we a lot of artists and collectives representing. These are the ones that have one or more collection dedicated to them. A list that will grow after every collection-post that comes online on Street Art Utopia.
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Cortes e Costura
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Polish Artist Covers City Streets In Intricate Lace Patterns
Just because street art is a relatively modern development doesn't mean that it should only feature modern artistic styles. NeSpoon, a street artist in Poland, creates beautiful pieces of street art that imitate traditional intricate lacework. Nespoon doesn't limit herself to just spray paint and stencils, either - she also uses cement and actual crocheted lace.
Wannabe Wednesday: a Skirt to Harem Pants Refashion
In 2009, we all saw something slightly frightening hit the runway: Harem pants. Basically, for one season, designers tried their darndest to force this trend upon us once more: My mom made me like 3
Helen Frankenthaler ~ Spaced Out Orbit and Photographs
When I see works of art, I usually end up wondering who the artists were, how did they live their lives, what did they look like? Earlier in this week on Helen Frankenthaler and Spaced Out Orbit, I posted a video about her and her life (linked here). Since then I've begun looking for images of her on the internet and have found a number that show her and some that show her with her art. Here's what I've collected so far. The Early Years – 1950's Jackson Pollock, Clement Greenberg, Helen…
Juxtapoz Magazine - Street Chandelier by Werner Reiterer
We thought this would be a good way for you to start your morning. This is a the Street Chandelier, created by Austrian artist Werner Reiterer. It app...