SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA: THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

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Os Gemeos

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A landmark mural by artists Kathleen King and Paul Naton. Created in 1989. At Sixth Ave and C Street
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Space Invader on the Scripps Building

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sep2019. San Diego CA

ŁÓDŹ, POLAND STREET ART: FIRST TIME’S A CHARM

I spent 4 days in this cool little city in September of this year and found as much street art, “organically,” as I could. By “organic,” I mean…explore the city on foot with no expectations and see what I could come across. I much prefer to document a city’s art this way, rather than researching addresses and trying to find particular murals. I’m sure that sounds odd, but it’s the way I like to do it. Please enjoy ~

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“Enjoy the Silence,” a collaboration between Etam Cru & Robert Proch. Address: Sienkiewicza 81
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Collaboration between Aryz and Os Gemeos. Address: Roosevelta 5
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Artist: Nunca. Address: Narutowicza 25
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Arthur Rubinstein by Kobra. Address: Sienkiewicza 18 

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The Cat Lady by Polish artist Raspazjan. Address: Sienkiewicza 39
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Artist: OPIEMME. This colorful mural was made in collaboration with locals who threw 300 bags of paint on the piece. Address: Stefana Jaracza 20
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The largest mural in Lodz. Street art version of the city of Lodz, created by Meisal & Bary.  Address: Piotrkowska 152
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French artists Frédéric Zoer and Matthieu Velvet. Address: Sienkiewicza 71
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“Bang!” by Etam Cru and SatOne. Address: al. Kościuszki 27

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Polish artist M-city.Industrial Mural. Address: 
Tuwima 16 
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“Primavera” by Artist: Sainer. Address: ul. Uniwersytecka 12
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“Wave” by DALeast. Address: ul. Pomorska 92
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Italian Artist AweR. Address: ul. Pomorska 93
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Spanish Artist Gonzalo BORONDO. Address: ul. Pomorska 67
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“Woman in Bath” by Aryz. Address: ul. Pomorska 67
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“The Second Life of a Factory” by Andrzej Poprostu. Address: ul. Pomorska 79
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“Sentir (to feel)” by Puerto Rican artist: Alexis Diaz. Address: ul. Kilińskiego 26
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“Abstract II” by Spanish artist: Kenor. Address: 
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“The Vision of St. Dominic I.” Address: ul. Pomorska 22

 

September 2018. Lodz, Poland.

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK STREET ART: MY MONTH WITH BANKSY: “OS GEMEOS COLLABORATION (BANKSY WITHIN)”

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OCTOBER 2013. New York City, NY

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK STREET ART: MY MONTH WITH BANKSY: “OS GEMEOS COLLABORATION (OS WITHIN)”

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October 2013. New York City, NY

 

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK STREET ART: MY MONTH WITH BANKSY ~ VILLAGE VOICE COVER

I just happened to have walked past two Village Voices on the street on Monday and picked them up. It’s two of the same cover. Here’s the story from highsnobiety.com:

The Village Voice ‘Banksy’ Issue – Banksy x Os Gemeos Cover Art

Local New York news magazine The Village Voice of course had to pick up on the current Banksy street exhibition “Better Out Than In.” Rather than simply reporting about the ongoing art exhibit and letting people know about the best tours to see all artworks, the magazine has produced a special ‘Banksy’ issue with a great cover and an in-depth interview with Banksy. The cover art was done by Banksy and Brazilian artists Os Gemeos. There are two covers and the two artworks seen on the covers will actually be rolled out later this month as part of the exhibition. Of course we do not know when yet. The magazine came out this week and as you can imagine is highly sought-after already on eBay, going for $20 USD and more.
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14OCT13. New York City.

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK STREET ART: FLAGS OF UNITY by OS GEMEOS w/ FUTURA

“The overall theme of the mural is a message of international unity. Os Gemeos’ iconic yellow character (sometimes referred to as as ‘the giant’ or ‘gigante’) will be seen adorned with flags representing countries around the globe in varying color patterns. Of the design, Os Gemeos says, “We are using different flags painted with non-traditional colors. The idea is ‘one world one voice’, no borders, no separation, just everything and everyone working together for a single cause that is a better world.” from http://www.fecalface.com/SF/good-stuff/2092-os-gemeos-mural-w-futura-in-nyc (and for more, much more)

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14SEP13. P.S. 11, William T. Harris elementary school, in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City.