"The Psychos" Loretto (2017) A bollard painted to look like a UFO. 'Barrel of Monkeys', Ernest Zacharevic (2014) Eoin: Street Art in Ireland. David Zinn: chalk art (Ann Arbor, US) David Zinn creates poetic chalk art in the streets of Ann Arbor.
He makes his cute little characters interact with objects in the street, and the result is quite charming. Maga Sayeg: bus yarn bomb (Mexico City) Mar 17, 2012 In this crocheted masterpiece, artist Maga Sayeg yarn bombs an entire bus in Mexico City. Considered to be the mother of yarn bombing, Magda did her first solo exhibit in Rome at La Museo des Esposizione in the summer of 2010. She continues to lead community-based projects and works on commissions around the world with companies such as Absolut Vodka, Madewell, Insight 51, Mini Cooper, and Smart Car as well as participating in shows at Milan’s Triennale Design Museum, Le M.U.R. in Paris, and the National Gallery of Australia, among others.
Her installations have also been featured prominently at American monuments to contemporary culture, such as The Standard Hotel, South By Southwest, and the Austin City Limits Festival. Magda has most recently expanded her artwork to encompass new mediums and techniques as with her solo show in Rome which explored the usage of lighting with knitted material. Street art & Graffiti. Sebastian E. Most 10 Of Everything. Clet Abraham is a street artist based in Florence but comes originally from Brittany.
He is has been living in Italy for more than 20 years now. He is famous with stickers that he uses on everyday street signs. The stickers resemble different and sometimes controversial things, such as Jesus on the cross and devils. There are a lot of different thoughts on his work, but most people find it amusing (not me!). Vandalized Vandalism. 3D Street Art. Os Gémeos: Don't Believe The Hype (San Diego, US) Os Gémeos, Don't Believe The Hype, San Diego.
Street art. Crazy billboards. Mega Sink Chalk Drawing. Outdoor - ARYZ. Real Monopoly. My Street Art 2007. 20 awesome examples of street art. Street Art by Herakut. Street Art Utopia's Best of 2011. I couldn’t help but direct everyone to fellow public art loving blog Street Art Utopia as they have compiled a pretty decent list of the best street art of 2011.
If you are just getting into the wonderful world of pasting, spraying or making the streets a more creative place, this list is a great place to start (short of Wall and Piece). One of the best things about this genre is it’s diversity – you can decided what you find gimmicky/twee or meaningful and awe-inspiring. Street art has always been the public’s voice, and the art world has yielded success to those with great ideas and a call for change. More from the list after the jump! Phlegm: 'Calibrating The Seeing Device' (Zagreb, Croatia) Phlegm, 'Calibrating The Seeing Device', Zagreb This is on an old nuclear fallout shelter; it took 3 days to paint.
See Part II of Phlegm in Croatia more by Phlegm. Banksy’s Street Art. Banksy is an England-based graffiti artist.
His satirical street art and subversive epigrams combine irreverent dark humor with graffiti done in a distinctive stenciling technique. Such artistic works of political and social commentary have been featured on streets, walls, and bridges of cities throughout the world. (source) This entry was posted on Sunday, September 4th, 2011 at 10:59:44 AM and is filed under BLOG English, BLOG Japanese . Phlegm's work in Bantry, west Cork. Ireland. In a lucky window of fine weather i got to paint in a very beautiful part of Ireland last week.
The Little People Project. Children Graffiti. Creative Street Art. Creative Street Art September 20th, 2011 | Inspiration | Incredible street art created by talented French artist OaKoAk shows popular fictional characters integrated into the urban environment.
Bart Simpson, Pinocchio, Spider-Man, and other characters all interact with traffic lights, cracks in the walls, and random objects on the street. Mushroom Barn Wall. Banksy tags LA. As the 2011 Oscar ceremony approaches, speculation has been rife about whether anonymous British street artist Banksy will make an appearance.
He's certainly been making his presence felt on the streets of LA. Take this twisted portrayal of Hollywood life that was found embellishing a poster on Sunset Boulevard. It's Mickey and Minnie as you've never seen them before. Mickey and Minnie were taken down pretty quickly (probably to sell for a small fortune). But four other pieces popped up in other locations: a peeing dog; a boy with a machine gun, loaded with crayons; Charlie Brown turned pyromaniac; and a commentary on an elephant-shaped metal tank. The reason for all this furore is that Banksy made a documentary about street artists called Exit Through the Gift Shop, and it snagged a Oscar nod.
The Oscar nomination isn't a big problem, unless you're a highly successful graffiti artist who travels incognito, often sporting a monkey mask. To respect the night and respect the honour.' We declare the world as our canvas. Bear in the City. 23 beloved street art photos - may 2012. 10 Most loved Street Art Photos. More in 3D here.
More in Lego here. More in 3D here. More Little People here. Sidewalk chalk guy. Sidewalk chalk guy «« back to gprime.net all material copyrighted by its original creator | 20 beloved Street Art Photos – July 2011. Mind blowing 3D Street Paintings. 3D Street Art paintings have been around since the sixteenth century when Italian Renaissance Madonnari and French trompe l’oeil (French for ‘deceive the eye’) painters created stunning murals to decorate the interior walls of luxurious villas. 3d art can also trace it’s routes further back to ancient Greek days when painter Zeuxius (born around 464BC) painted a still life painting so convincing that birds flew down from the sky to peck at the painted grapes.
The Master of street painting uses the street as a canvas. Here are some new images that will make you wonder how is it possible for something be so realistic?! 1. Beautiful Lady With The Big Cat 2. Animal Constellation Chalk Art. Paris-based Philippe Baudelocque takes chalk art to a whole new level. Drawing on a black background, his incredibly intricate animals look like constellations on a dark night. Each drawing is composed of cells, and each cell has its own pattern.
With beautiful layers, these three-dimensional animals look like they're ready to jump off the city walls. We declare the world as our canvas. More info. Sarcastic Street Art.