Monday, May 9, 2011

Sydney Cash

I know this isn't the normal aesthetic for this blog, but I just thought the work was so cool. Sydney is a sculptor and light painter. He creates graphic images on glass and then projects light through it to create light and shadow "paintings" on the walls the glass strips occupy. There's gotta be a rad outdoor application for this.

Check it out here.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011


Becca is so different from most street work out there. She's soft, even dainty and has a flair of 50s fashion to her work. Her subjects are idealized females painted in an urgent way that shows both their energy and sensuality. She also focuses on female toddlers as well with their innocence, but usually tweaks them by adding firecrackers or the such.

Check our her work here.


It seems like this is I.I.B Parisian edition. Ludo is from Paris as well, but has a whole different style. Using only black, white and day-glo green to make his surreal images. He pirates brand images, logos and messages like Blackberry or Del Monte and mocks them with his smart takes on their markets. One of my personal faves is his Del Monte pineapple skull.

Check it out here.


C215 is a stencil artist who takes details to a whole new level. He's originally from Paris but has become almost a full time traveller spreading his sickly detailed stencils over seas. His subjects are more serene than most street artists consisting of everything from cats to babies.

Check it out here.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Greg Papagrigoriou

Greg's a street artist from Greece (I think) and has some of the illest script styles I've seen. And he does them on walls quickly which is even more amazing.

Check it out here.