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The Crevasse - Making of 3D Street Art

The Crevasse - Making of 3D Street Art

Marine Le Pen mise KO par Anne-Sophie Lapix sur Canal + Grand moment de professionnalisme hier sur Canal Plus : alors qu'on avait l’habitude de voir des journalistes servir la soupe à Marine Le Pen, ou la contredire mollement en lui ressortant les vieux dossiers du père (tactique inefficace auprès de l’électorat flottant, qui tend à être séduit par ce qu’il considère être un nouveau FN), Anne-Sophie Lapix a offert hier une prestation de choix. Préparée à riposter à la rhétorique de la nouvelle présidente du Front national, pointue sur le chiffrage du projet et très au fait des dossiers abordés, la présentatrice de Dimanche Plus a offert à la France entière une leçon de journalisme. Extrait : Voilà ce que l’on appelle faire échec et mat. Dans les cordes, on a enfin vu Marine Le Pen en face de ses aberrations, sans qu'elle ne sombre dans la caricature. Sur le revenu familial, elle avoue avoir lancé une idée avant même de savoir sa faisabilité. On n’est plus, vous me direz, à quelques milliards près.

trash lovers Edgar Müller Shark street art created by Edgar Müller in Hong Kong Edgar Müller (born 1968, Mülheim, Ruhr, Germany, often transliterated Mueller) is considered by at least one author to be "one of the world's top 3-D illusionist street painters",[1][dead link] "one of the best known street painters in the world thanks to his YouTube videos",[2] and has been featured as "Maestro Madonnaro" at the Sarasota Chalk Festival.[3] At the Avenida de Colores, Inc. Müller created a 100' x 40' 3-D street painting that is the first known contemporary street painting that metamorphosed from one image to another with the change from day to night because the painter used photoluminescent paints. At the Sarasota Chalk Festival, the featured artist, Vera Bugatti, and Müller, created a 3-D street painting that made history as well. Guinness Records[edit] Largest pavement art[4]Largest anamorphic pavement art[4] See also[edit] Kurt Wenner Sources[edit] Jump up ^ Sarasota Chalk Festival (October 12, 2010). External links[edit]

The man who climbs mountains with his bare hands When I began as a film critic, Jean-Luc Godard was widely thought to have reinvented the cinema with "Breathless" (1960). Now he is almost 80 and has made what is said to be his last film, and he's still at the job, reinventing. If only he had stopped while he was ahead. That would have been sometime in the 1970s. The thousands of seats in the Auditorium Debussy were jammed, and many were turned away. Continue reading → An article reflecting on 25 years at the movies by Roger Ebert. Continue reading → I know it is coming, and I do not fear it, because I believe there is nothing on the other side of death to fear. Continue reading → An essay about Rod Blagojevich by Roger Ebert. Continue reading → Roger Ebert's essay on film in the 1978 edition of the Britannica publication, "The Great Ideas Today." Continue reading → Thank you. Continue reading → Continue reading → Continue reading → Continue reading → Continue reading →

Acrylic pixels by Anthony Michaels Just found on Flickr (thanks to Simmi) and can’t find much info about him, sorry. I really enjoy his colorful pixel retro style acrylic paintings, bringing strong messages put down like old Nintendo videogames covers. Heineken 'Sunrise' #mysunrise Interesni Kazki New Mural In Grottaglie, Italy StreetArtNews AEC from Interesni Kazki has spent the last two weeks in Italy for the always excellent Fame Festival 2012. The Ukrainian artist just completed this large-scale piece located somewhere on the streets of Grottaglie. Interesni Kazki, as always, delivers a colourful mix of science, religion and cosmology. pics via Fame Festival

Phibs Phibs @ Stanmore – Ozanam Project Huge project @ Stanmore – more pics yet to come! Linz & Beastman Ears & Max Berry Tom Birdhat Mistery Numbskull Happy Birthday Luca! Had the pleasure of painting with French artist – Seth on a very wet day. Latest work @ Hosier… Collaboration with Rone earlier this month @ Hosier Lane. Aerosol on Timber Works $420 each or $800 for pair…contact Home Page | POW WOW HawaiiPOW WOW Hawaii MONEYLESS X 2501 X TELLAS X GAIA X OZMO X MARTINA MERLINI X ANDRECO, OSTIENSE RAILWAY BRIDGE DREAM TEAM FOR 999CONTEMPORARY ROME – DOZE — perpetually pushing forward Here’s an exclusive video of 999 Contemporary’s latest collaborative street art project in Rome, Italy. Words by Crist Espiritu. Photos and Project by 999Contemporary. Video by Giacomo Daverio. The project features several contemporary artists who have created impacts on the art scene with their distinctive painting styles both in the streets and in galleries. This collaborative project features DOZE Collective’s Teo “Moneyless” Pirisi and 2501, Martina Merlini, Gaia, Andreco, Tellas and Ozmo livening up the walls of the Ostiense Railway Bridge. In my opinion, this project is an archetype of the best public art / street art has got to offer.

Street Artist interview: C215. By Street Art London C215′s street art represents an exploration of animals, architecture, freedom and those forgotten about by society all in incredible detail and against a backdrop of overlooked places. C215′s real name is Christian Guémy but he goes by his artistic identity, ‘C215′. He has put work up all over the world in India, Israel, Poland, the USA, Senegal, Russia, Morocco, his home-country of France and of course, London. C215 talks with Street Art London about the subjects and themes that have inspired him to become a full time artist. The “C” in C215 stands for your real name – Christian – but your artistic identity also has another significance. This nickname was the number of a room where I decided approximately what my life has been since then. You first painted the street with a spray bomb over 20 years ago. My first stencil was from 2006. You’ve painted in countries all over the world? Not all over the world, but in a lot of different places. Freedom is in the abstract part of my work.