Banksy in Brooklyn

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In case you didn't know, Banksy is loose on the streets of New York this October. This little mural popped up in Brooklyn on Kings St. and Vant Brunt as part of the guerilla artist's "Better Out Than In" project. The heart-shaped balloon stencil is a follow-up to his iconic "Girl With Balloon" work. Also, be sure to check out StreetArtNews' 57 second YouTube analysis of this work in the video below. It's fucking brilliant. via SAN

Blek Le Rat in Brooklyn

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A new work by Blek Le Rat at the Bushwick Collective in Brooklyn. via SAN

New Dot Dot Dot Mural

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Norwegian street artist Dot Dot Dot's latest work. via SAN

Buff Monster Mural in Brooklyn

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Hawaiian-born Buff Monster's recently completed Brooklyn mural looks delicious. via SAN

Fin DAC's Minneapolis Mural

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Momo mural in Brooklyn

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Momo recently completed this 200 ft long mural on York Street in Dumbo Brooklyn. via SAN

Tristan Eaton Mural

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Tristan Eaton's new work for the Lisa Project in Little Italy on Mulberry & Broome. via SAN

Hyuro Mural in Valencia

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Intriguing new work from Hyuro appearing in Valencia. via SAN

Israel "Reefa" Hernandez Tribute Art

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Some of the art popping up in tribute to Israel Hernandez isn't what you'd consider "P.C." but it's an emotional time - and when you see so little justice being doled out these days what we're seeing should come as no surprise. Very sad that it's come to this.

Cyrcle's Struggle of Nations in Lisbon

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Cyrcle recently finished this work in Lisbon, Portugal in cooperation with The Underdogs Project. Called "The Struggle Of Nations," a "cabellors y indios" theme is depicted in a vintage newsprint/comic book style and would appear to be calling attention to the mass murder and genocides commited by "civilized" nations of the west perpetrated against the indigenous peoples of the New World - a matter of history that looms large in the collective conscious of these western nations. Hence, the struggle. It should also be noted that many of the indigenous tribes and peoples of the Americas were regionally and collectively...

Smithe's New York Reflected On a Wall in Bushwick

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Mexico City's Smithe recently arrived in Brooklyn to produce this monumental work. via SAN | JUX

Puerto Rico’s Iguana and the CoquΓ­ Mural By Roa

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Belgian artist Roa took to Calle Lloveras in San Juan, Puerto Rico for last fall's Los Muros Hablan Festival to produce this magnificent work of an Iguana gripping (perhaps strangulating) a small frog. The frog is a CoquΓ­, a small native amphibian to the island. Meanwhile, Iguanas, which are not native to Puerto Rico, have been creating a lot of problems as they have taken their toll on the economy and the environment. Seek and destroy missions have been formed as a result. A powerful eco-political statement by Roa to be sure. via SAN

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