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Edgar Mueller - Street Artist

Edgar Mueller - Street Artist

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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.

Banksy 'The Palestinian Job' We couldn't work out if Banksy's taging of the Segregation Wall Palestine was 'Cheap publicity from other peoples misery' or 'Publicity for Palestinian misery'? So here is a review from the Intifada. Well-known UK graffiti artist Banksy hacks the Wall Nigel Parry, The Electronic Intifada, 2 September 2005 The Wall around Qalqiliya. A twenty-five foot high concrete cage cuts residents off from their agricultural land, necessary for their survival, and prevents you from traveling even 5 minutes out of the City. A single gate, open at the whims of the occupying army, controls 100,000 residents. Photo: StopTheWall.org Whitewashing the Wall In June 2003, I received an e-mail in EI’s inbox from a Nathan Edelson, who introduced himself as “a design critic whose features on architecture have been published in major U.S. newspapers,” which a Lexis-Nexis newspaper database supported.

Street art John Fekner: Broken Promises/Falsas Promesas, South Bronx, 1980. The terms "urban art", "guerrilla art", "post-graffiti" and "neo-graffiti" are also sometimes used when referring to artwork created in these contexts.[1] Traditional spray-painted graffiti artwork itself is often included in this category, excluding territorial graffiti or pure vandalism. Artists who choose the streets as their gallery are often doing so from a preference to communicate directly with the public at large, free from perceived confines of the formal art world.[2] Street artists sometimes present socially relevant content infused with esthetic value, to attract attention to a cause or as a form of "art provocation".[3] Street artists often travel between countries to spread their designs.

Most Popular Artists The most popular artist searches last month: a not-to-be-taken-too-seriously measurement of which famous artists have the greatest "mindshare" in our collective culture. Moving up: Edgar Degas (#22 to #12), Titian (#28 to #18), and realist painter Janet Fish (appearing for the first time on the list at #29). Moving down: Joan Miro (#13 to #19), Wassily Kandinsky (#11 to #24) and Paul Gauguin (#21 down to #32). Reclaim the Streets Reclaim the Streets (RTS) is a collective with a shared ideal of community ownership of public spaces. Participants characterize the collective as a resistance movement opposed to the dominance of corporate forces in globalization, and to the car as the dominant mode of transport. §Protests[edit] Reclaim the Streets is also used for this type of political action, regardless of its actual relation to the RTS movement.

Dice Sculptures by Tony Cragg So this is definitely jaw dropper of the day. How impressive are these dice sculptures by Tony Cragg? Artist Tony Cragg recently unveiled the sculpture you see Beautiful Digital Illustration Art by I Chen Lin – I.D. 43 I Chen Lin is a multi tasking illustrator who has shown his potentialities for many times. His works speaks for him. In painting style he blend cartoon and realistic style and let the work bring an eastern color, present mysterious and colorful effect. Check out some of his beautiful work.

Blek le Rat meets Banksy in the Mission A tipster sent us these pics of the latest addition to the ongoing collaborative mural by Public Works started by Banksy during his 2010 promotional surge through the city. This augmentation was allegedly added by none other than French pioneering stencil artist Blek Le Rat. More pics after the jump.

Polymer Creations By Meredith Dittmar Using polymer clay, in addition to plexiglass, resin, spraypaint and fiberglass, Portland based artist Meredith Dittmar creates wonderfully composed sculpture pieces. Some of Meredith’s works are so great, you might mistake them for digital art. More by Meredith at her website or Flickr. evgeny kiselev / digital artist Vests collection New vests collection from Moscow based fashion-designer Ena Oreshkina with my printed artworks on fabric. Logitech Some patterns for Logitech Inc. Blek le Rat Xavier Prou (Blek le Rat) at the gallery opening and book signing at the 941 Geary Gallery, San Francisco Blek le Rat, (pronounced: [blɛk lə ʁa]; born Xavier Prou,[1] 1952)[2] was one of the first graffiti artists in Paris, and has been described as the "Father of stencil graffiti".[3] Early life[edit]

Tate Britain Pimlico: Victoria Line, 600 metres approx Vauxhall: Victoria Line, 850 metres approx Westminster: Jubilee, District and Circle Lines, 1,200 metres approx Route 87 stops on Millbank Routes 88 and C10 stop on John Islip Street Routes 2, 36, 185, 436 stop on Vauxhall Bridge Road.) Vauxhall 850 metres approx. Victoria 1,600 metres approx. The Tate Boat runs every forty minutes along the Thames between Tate Britain and Tate Modern. 3D Artworks by Soa Lee Soa Lee is a 3D artist based in Yongin, Korea (South). She uses 3D Studio Max to create beautiful CG portraits and digital female characters that are lifelike and stunningly detailed. View the website

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