Posts Tagged: urban art
Next time you’re in Marijampolė, Lithuania, be sure to check out this amazing house. Painted by Lithuanian American artist Ray Bartkus, the house reflects in the water revealing this amazing painting. Not heading to Lithuania? Well then, just enjoy the house through these pictures. via deMilked
More than 15 years ago, Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada started making urban art in New York. The Cuban-born artist is renown for his gigantic scale charcoal drawings of anonymous people. RG's works are more than just huge drawings on a building; they represent a social
Brooklyn-based artist Aakash Nihalani embellishes the urban landscape with his fluorescent geometric shapes that float in midair and cut through buildings, skewing the perspective and disorienting the viewer.
The Urban Art team Low Bros consists of two brothers, Qbrk and Nerd, born in Hamburg, northern Germany. Their art is a mix of urban style and natural landscape, both inspired by the boys' background. They developed their own own personal and unique style, filled