Via our friends of Laid Back Radio Check their site for good music and street art news! "I always loved French street artist L’Atlas’ black and white geometric patterns and calligraphic researches. Last Friday, he opened his first solo show in NYC and couldn’t resist leaving a trace in Washington Square . The exhibition “City Fragments” runs from October 16th to November 16th at Gallery Nine 5 . If you discover L’Atlas for the first time, here are a few videos presenting his work including the 2008 “Don’t Loose the North” installation commissioned by Centre Pompidou that initiated public interaction with the construction of a giant compass in the museum’s plaza.
Yes, i love his artworks! Yes, he is one of my idols and a great inspirational source. Yes, some of my tape artworks are mainly influenced by him. Yes, I talk about L’Atlas ! French street artist L’Atlas is currently in New York for his “City Fragments” urban art exhibition.
[Homepage] [Wall murals] [Fine Art paintings] [E-mail] J ulian Beever has made pavement drawings for over twenty years. He has worked all over the world. T o buy a book on the pavement art of Julian Beever (Publishers website) : (Please note that the book is not sold personally by Julian Beever so any enquiries, transaction or follow-up should not be addressed to him but to the publishers.) T he pavement drawings have included both renderings of old masters plus a wealth of original inventive pieces of work.