Kingfisher

Love this guys work. New Trash and Found Object Murals by ‘Bordalo II’ on the Streets of Lisbon, Portugal – via Colossal 25.05.2015 | Artist Bordalo II uses old tires, bumpers, and other scraps of painted found trash to form towering 3D murals of animals on the streets of Lisbon, Portugal.

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Geometric Bestiary

Dzia, a street artist from Belgium, started to paint murals just two and a half years ago, and he is already widely known for his incredibly detailed animal street art pieces. His signature style uses bold geometric lines, that make his work pop out even more, especially if he paints in abandoned areas. Dzia mainly works in his hometown of Antwerp, though some of his pieces can be seen in other European cities.

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LA Eye

Kathy Cowan explains how ‘Los Angeles artist Seth Armstrong will be exhibiting at LA’s Thinkspace Gallery from this weekend, with The Air is Thick, a show of new works that self-consciously capture a sense of looking, arresting moments with cinematic detail and voyeuristic curiosity.’

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Synchromism

Stanton MacDonald-Wright: Au Café (Synchromy), 1918. Stanton MacDonald-Wright, was a modern American artist. He was a co-founder of Synchromism, an early abstract, color-based mode of painting, which was the first American avant-garde art movement to receive international attention.

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