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News: Banksy, England and Tesco

A possible Banksy has been spotted in Sussex, England, in the town of St. Leonards; a baby playing at the beach with the word Tesco (a UK grocery store) on the sandcastles. Banksy was in town over the week for the birthday of fellow graffiti artist Ben Eine, famous for donning shop shutters with large, colorful letters.   The Hastings’ ... Read More »

News: New Shepard Fairey Mural in NYC

You might recall that last week we put-up a guide to graffiti art around NYC. Well, it goes to show you how quickly things can change in New York. The OS Gemeos mural on E. Houston and Bowery has taken over by Shepard Fairey. We wonder what happens to the past murals because that OS Gemeos one sure would have ... Read More »

News: Banksy in L.A.

With Banksy’s new film premiering last night in L.A. this week, two new pieces by the renegade artist have popped up in the city. Presumably the work is promotion for the film but in one piece Banksy doesn’t miss the opportunity to take a jab at fellow contemporary artist Jeff Koons.   Park(ing) S Broadway b/t W. Olympic Blvd and ... Read More »

Banksy at Sundance + NYC Graffiti

Every year that Project Runway takes place in New York, there is a challenge where the designers must go out into the streets and take photos to be inspired by and every year at least one of the designers comes back with a stack of photos of graffiti art because “graffiti is so New York.” Despite the cliche, yes, graffiti ... Read More »

Meet Museyon: Miles Marshall Lewis

Miles Marshall Lewis is our man in Paris and your guide to the city’s Muslim hip-hop scene. The American expat grew up in the Bronx at the same time the city was crumbling and hip-hop was exploding. He currently writes about pop culture, music and more and is the author of ‘Scars of the Soul Are Why Kids Wear Bandages ... Read More »

Art and Music in the ‘City of God’

It looks like the Olympics are headed to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, one of our favorite cities in the world. It’s also the setting for one of our favorite films — City of God. While the athletes and tourists will be treated to the high life during the 2016 games, the 2002 film shows another side of the city, the ... Read More »

Take Me to the River

It may not be pretty, but it sure is famous. The LA River, the concrete-bedded waterway that cuts through downtown Los Angeles, has appeared in plenty of well-known films — from ‘Grease‘ to ‘Chinatown.’ It usually plays sinister host to car chases and murder scenes, but today, there’s much more to see down by the river. Find out, after the ... Read More »

Art International

At Museyon, we’re all about the intersection of culture and travel. That’s why we’re so psyched by the latest project from Brazilian street artists Os Gemeos. Can’t make it to São Paulo?  Well, if you’re in New York, you’re in luck. Just hop in a cab (or the F train) to see their new mural going up on the corner of ... Read More »

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