Two Anonymous Students Sneak Into A Classroom Every Week And Literally Blow Everyone’s Mind. Two college students from Columbia college of art and design are creating quite a mess, but not in the literal way, they are being talked about in the entire school.they dont steal or cheat, instead they create a creative riot , they call themself Dangerdust and every week they sneak into a classroom and create a masterpiece out of nothing but chalk .
Its not surprise that the pair are seniors in advertising and graphic design and they are most likely swamp with home work and studies , but they still find the time to do their weekly chalk art , the two creates the most amazing art pieces you will ever see. Every Sunday or monday morning the magic is happening dangerdust The two find an open classroom And gets busy with their work dangerdust Every piece is made in one full run with no stops dangerdust The work can take up to 11 hours sometimes And you can see the quoted spread across various people Names like Claude Debussy , Banksy , Nelson Mandela , J.M. Recognize this one ? Source : Reddit.
David Zinn Chalk Art – Part 2. Behind the Scenes of “Untold”: Exclusive Interview with James Reka. In his upcoming solo exhibition at Backwoods Gallery in Melbourne, Australia, James Reka examines the transition in a city from winter to spring. Perhaps no other city experiences such a drastic change during this time, than does Berlin, which come April is flooded with people riding bikes, picnicking in parks and soaking up the sunshine.
Earlier this year, Reka came to Berlin as the inaugural artist-in-residence at the Urban Nation Workspace in the former West Berlin neighborhood of Schöneberg. His abstract paintings of women pulse with a dynamic spirit that captures not only the city’s newfound spring life, but also Berlin’s struggles with gentrification. Working in Schöneberg, an area noted for both its upscale residences and regular prostitutes, Reka is no stranger to this paradox of imported poshness and crude authenticity. Photos by Rosalind O’Connor. There seem to be a lot of found objects in the show, which is a bit of a departure from your regular practice. Completely. 30 Examples of Graffiti & Street Art- South America. After the first post dedicated to street art in Europe, we fly to South America, where we have selected 30 examples of street art & graffiti.
Next stop: North America! > Europe > Asia > North America Chile author: Yiza Paraguay author: Ripo – Ethos author: Claudio Ethos Colombia authors: Stinkfish – Malk Brazil author: Robotinc2501 Brazil – Brasilia authors: Onio – Various Brazil – San Paulo author: c215 author: Medo Brazil – Rio de Janeiro author: Lelo Pia author: Blu author: Tika Brazil – Londrina author: Ignoto Semente Perù – Lima authors: Faber – Dyaz – Speso Venezuela – Caracas author: kriot Mexico authors: Zime – Neuzz author: Eyel authors: Bue – Seher – Stnk Argentina authors: Dan1 – Salta Argentina – Buenosaires author: Gualicho authors: Chu – Eltono author: Jaz authors: Ever – Dsr.
Surreal Drawings, Paintings and Murals by Rustam QBic. With a wildly surreal imagination, artist Rustam QBic from Kazan, Russia creates fish adorned with houses and windows, elephants sprouting giant buildings, and a goose whose feathers are made from a ocean of angry waves. Almost every one of his creations, be it on paper or on a wall is brimming with wonderful ideas and often have to be viewed up close to appreciate their full detail.
He most recently completed murals for the LGZ Festival and for Art-Ovrag 2013, and you can see many more paintings, illustrations, and other work over on Facebook. (via StreetArtNews) More Interactive Street Art Chalk Murals! After a week of planning and chalking, our interactive chalk murals are ready for some interactivity! Each mural was designed to be interacted with in some way. You might wear angel wings, float away while the Titanic sinks, or time travel with Doctor Who. Creating the murals was up to us, how you participate is up to you. Have fun, take some photos and post them to our Facebook page! Episode 3 @ Ciclop Garage - The re:art. In May 2013, we teamed up with Work in Progress (Iustin Moldovan, Alina Bucur, Mihai Chiţu), a group of contemporary art lovers who gather artists to revive spaces in Bucharest and elsewhere through artistic interventions.
They believe that of great importance is the work in progress phase, which becomes part of the space’s history and offers continuity and meaning to its existence. The re:art became communication partner for their third event, a collective contemporary art exhibition with artists active in various fields – street art, installation, painting, photography, performance. We chose an unconventional space for the exhibition – Ciclop Garage. Opened in 1923, Ciclop is the first multi-storey parking space in Bucharest. Although it was functional then and still is today, the garage suffered from an identity “crisis”, lacking a clear direction of development.
The invited artists played with ideas and forms in their own personal and unique style. © Anda Bolohan © Horia George Ioniţă. Street Painting by David Walker. Article by James Pond I am the owner of Pondly.com / art lover / electrical engineer / software developer / MBA in e-business student. I blog for pleasure and love to share my Internet findings.
Web site: Working in portraiture, painting freehand, using only spray paint and without the aid of brushes London artist David Walker has developed a signature multi-layered style. Over recent years David has shown work in Berlin, Hong Kong, LA, Lisbon, London, New York and Paris amongst others and his paintings have been shown alongside the leading figures in the urban contemporary and street art movement. Website Do you want more visual fun? You might also like. Talented Self-Taught Illustrator Doodles on Her Thighs. We recently learned women’s thighs can be used as premium ad space, but Boston-based film student Jodi Steel found a new intriguing use for her upper leg. She recently shot to internet fame after photos of her detailed thigh drawings went viral on popular news sharing site, Reddit.
Like many other bored students, Jodi Steel used to pass the time during boring school lectures by doodling, only instead of exercising her artistic talents on the back of her notebooks, she did it on her bare thighs. Despite having no kind of formal training as an illustrator, Jodi’s dermal masterpieces look like the work of a seasoned artist, a fact which she attributes to relentless practice, despite what everyone else may think. Her talents didn’t go unnoticed, and after seeing the artworks on her thigh one day, a teacher at Emerson College, in Boston, asked Jodi to draw the illustrations for a ‘steam punk’ book called Steaming into a Victorian Future: A Steampunk Anthology. Jodi Steel via Neatorama Reddit. Anamorphic Illusions. Retour sur les travaux de Felice Varini, un artiste suisse qui exerce son talent depuis plusieurs décennies. En jouant avec la perspective des lieux qu’il prend en photos, il parvient à créer des “Anamorphic Illusions”.
Un superbe rendu à découvrir dans la suite de l’article. Sarasota Chalk Festival. International festival for lovers of art called the Cretaceous Sarasota Chalk Festival, held in the American city of Sarasota, Florida. At the festival, there were about a hundred thousand spectators, ran the legendary master process 3D-drawing – Kurt Wenner. 15 Astounding Sculptures Created Using Beads | Nature, Art, and Technology Blog by PPS. Jan Huling has ability to convert ordinary objects into an art which one of a kind. She loves to indigenous art, pop culture, and steady hand to create stunning designs. When she starts making these Sculptures she never knows how a piece will turn out until it completed, but each piece ends up far more fantastic and beautiful than it started.
The process requires a lot of patience and attention to detail. Please have a look at these amazing sculptures and appreciate the artist by sharing its stunning artwork. All images and information taken from her website. You can also visit the official website Janhuling. Please share these beautiful sculptures with your friends and family and specially with those who love arts and sculptures. Better Out Than In - Banksy in New York City. Making a Statement with Mixed Media – Matthew Small’s Street Art. Article by Hyathiz I love my dogs, reading books, and taking great pictures with my battered but still functional digital camera.
Taking great pictures with a high end camera is almost too easy, producing fantastic images with an outdated one is an accomplishment by itself. Matthew Small is a London-based street artist who works mainly with mixed media on found metal. “Found” metal is simply recycled metal and mixed media could be anything from traditional oil paint to human hair to rubbish. Street art may be defined as art on the street that’s not graffiti. Go to his website. Do you want more visual fun? You might also like. The Underbelly Project -- A Secret Art Gallery Beneath the Streets. Nov 2nd 2010 By Laura Leu Deep in the belly of New York City lies a ghost town of a subway station, where the trains don't run, but street art thrives. For the past 18 months, 103 artists have been covertly sneaking into the space to create and display their work on the dank walls of the pit.
Combining street art with spelunking, The Underbelly Project is a real collection of works that exists four stories beneath the surface of the City. But good luck finding it. Street artists Workhorse and PAC curated the underground exhibit in an abandoned subway station, but the exact location won't be released to the public, for fear of legal repercussions. Each of the 103 artists had one night to finish his or her piece. It wasn't always easy. The project took a year and a half to put together and includes work from well-known graffiti artists like Ron English , Swoon and Revok . Since no one knows where this gallery is and collectors can't buy the art, what's the point of even having an exhibit? STREET ART UTOPIA » We declare the world as our canvasSTREET ART UTOPIA » We declare the world as our canvas.
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Today we start with Europe – next post: South America! > Asia > South America > North America France – Paris authors: c215 Austria – Vienna authors: Wurstbande Portugal – Lisbon authors: Tosco Finland authors: Soma – Paju Holland – Amsterdam authors: Roa – Morcky Denmark-Aarhus authors: Randomfomation England – Sheffield authors: Phlegm Holland – Rotterdam authors: Onesto Germany – Berlin authors: Mymonsters-Astre-Vagabundos England – Bristol authors: Kimmings – Upfest Spain – Valencia authors: Interesni-kazki – Escif authors: Horoiwa Belgium – Ghent authors: Hartos – JeanSpezial – Resto – Pest – Roa Bulgaria authors: Fars – Mouse – Varna Spain – Zaragoza authors: unknown France – Montpellier authors: Captain – Rouget – Dran_ England – London authors: Blu Italy – Milan authors: Berse – Cruz Ukraine – Kiev authors: Aec.
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Urban Artists: ARYZ // Mr Pilgrim Graffiti Art Online. This is what happens when you give graffiti artists an abandon warehouse and an unlimited amount of paint. 5 Incredible Street Artists From Around The World - CertaPro Painters of Louisville.