Posts tagged street art
Runstreet 2018 Recap: Daydream Festival Launch, Runstreet Beach + Art Run Expansion!

We are happy to say our Daydream Art Run and Festival was a huge hit in 2018 (check out the recap), and we will be bringing this festival to the beautiful, art-filled streets of Miami and Chicago in 2019, and return for the Daydream Brooklyn for a second year! Check out how you can join and support the Daydream Experience.

Read More
Artist JR Inserts Bowery Wall in Gun Control Debate with TIME Magazine Collab

If you haven’t seen it yet, definitely go check out the latest mural — by artist JR — at the Bowery Wall in New York City, on Houston and Bowery streets. I’ve been a fan of the French artist JR and his realistic renderings ever since I saw his Immigrants mural in Tribeca.

Read More
Daydream 5K Art Run & Festival: Unicorns, Art Battle & More!

The inaugural Runstreet Daydream 5K Art Run & Festival presented by Clif Bar was a swimming success full of paint, glitter, smiles, tacos and miles. From sparkling unicorns to dogs in fairy costumes to onesie-clad runners, the costumed run waves were a hit! We loved bringing our vision of a day of fantasy, play, color, art, music and running to life, and were lucky to work with so many amazing NYC street artists in the process.

Read More
Street Art Profiles: Xors

I was living in NYC and traveling the world, seeing street art all over the place. I was always inspired by street art, with its unexpected presence and transformation of public space. I also love the inner dialogue that happens between me and the art when I pass by. It's both so personal and public. One day, I couldn't stand how I couldn't feel inspired, so I picked a print of one of my shoe sketches and created wheatpastes and hit the city.

Read More