09/12/2013 12:02 GMT | Updated 08/02/2014 05:59 GMT

On the Streets - The Freshest Global Street Art - 6 December 2013

This week's 'On the Streets' is not just another hefty review of Art Basel Week, but a surprisingly balanced overview of some of the most inspirational, moving and vibrant works from around the globe. Leading off is D*Face with his newest mural in Shibuya district, Tokyo. A tribute to Roy Lichtenstein's iconic 'Girl with Ribbon', (now hung in Tokyo's National Gallery), the piece is a crafty fusion of pop and subversive imagery. Take a closer look below to a truly mighty wall!


Other outstanding works come from Jimmy C and Jonesy in London, Escif in Valencia and Faith47, Miss Van, Reka One and RONE, highlighting this week's creative activities in Wynwood, Miami.

Close-up and work in progress shots of D*Face's beauty of a wall. Images through Arrested Motion and D*Face.



Australian artist James Cochran, aka Jimmy C, best known for his elaborate and distinctive drip painting style, does not disappoint - this fresh narrative, clearly influenced by Japanese landscapes, is a true delight. Image via juliiea.


We cannot but mention the work of environmentally - conscious East-London native artist Jonesy, whose cast sculptures, strike with their intricate delicacy and high-level of skills. Image via monoprixx.


Now when all eyes are on Miami's current Art Basel edition, Escif changes the perspective and provokes us to take a closer, more thoughtful look at the rest of the world. His newest 'Miami' piece relies on minimalism and strong concept- a combination that succeeds every time! Images via StreetArtNews.



After Escif's critical look at Art Basel in Florida, here is how we saw it - Faith47, Miss Van, Reka One and RONE all contributed to this year's Wynwood walls, bringing emotions, colour and their incredible talent to Miami. Take a look for yourselves.

Faith47's 'Multum in Parvo'. Image through Marta Cooper.


Miss Van's stunning wall in Wynwood, Miami.


Detailed shots of the work. Images through Jacquelinem Hadel and Miss Van.



We finish off with Reka One's and RONE's pieces, all in shades of grey. Brilliant!

Images via StreetArtNews and Reka One.


Close-up of Reka One's mural.