20 awesome examples of street art If you still need a proof that art can be found anywhere, those awesome examples of great street art should convince you. Illustrations by Jean Pierre Gibrat Jean-Pierre Gibrat is a French comic artist and scriptwriter. Born April 17, 1954 in Paris, Jean-Pierre Gibrat knows a suburban childhood uneventful. Grew up in a CGT, brilliant history, he obtained his baccalaureate through the Popular Front and agriculture of the USSR.
Impermanent Sand Paintings by Andres Amador San Francisco-area landscape artist Andreas Amador etches massive sand drawings onto beaches during full moons when his canvas reaches its largest potential. Using only a rake and often several helpers the geometric and organic shapes are slowly carved into the sand, often interacting with the physical topography like the stones in a zen garden. The works exist for only a few moments, just long enough to snap a few photographs before being completely engulfed by the encroaching tide. Amador has also collaborated on a number of killer marriage proposals, the question popped as part of his elaborate drawings viewable from an elevated distance.
Design Inspiration – Stencil Art By C215 Christian Guémy, also known as C215 is a Parisian street artist focused on stencil graffiti. Born in 1973, C215 started spray painting in 2005 and is today one of the finest, and most productive stencil artists on the street art scene. His striking portraits of local people, children and especially his daughter Nina are expressive and distinctive in style. With his subjects always portrayed as proud and dignified, his images communicate on an universal level and draw attention to those that society has forgotten about. Mark Jenkins // Street Installations Besançon Rome Rio de Janeiro Before I Die What matters most to you Interactive public art project that invites people to share their personal aspirations in public. After losing someone she loved and falling into depression, Chang created this experiment on an abandoned house in her neighborhood to create an anonymous place to help restore perspective and share intimately with her neighbors.
inspiration expedition discover recentlie Archive About ask me Syndex Theme by Marc Kremers Paul Klein (art activist) Paul Klein (born 1946) is an American art dealer. He was chosen 2006 Man of the Year by the Chicago Society of Artists. Klein works for the Briddge Group providing financial and legacy planning for collectors. He was the first executive director of the Chicago ART Project. From 2004-2008 he was the art curator for the 2,500,000-square-foot (230,000 m2) expansion of McCormick Place, the editor of ArtLetter, and wrote for "Chicago Life" which was distributed regionally in the New York Times.
_Artist: Sex (Spain) - Graffiti South Africa Spanish graffiti artist Sex was in Joburg last week. Check out the pics of what he painted - crazy, cool stuff! 7Tumblr 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!
Mark Rothko Paintings Our paintings section features all Mark Rothko canvases that we are currently aware of, organised by year. Those interested in purchasing any of these paintings as art prints to enjoy in their own homes can use the accompanying links that would take you to the Art.com Mark Rothko prints gallery. Each print can be customised to your requirements, such as choosing a frame or multiple inlay cards. Orange, Red, Yellow The rectangles within this painting do not extend to the edges of the canvas and appear to hover just over its surface. Heightening this sensation is the effect of chromatic afterimage.
Artivist Film Festival & Awards The Artivist Film Festival & Awards is an international film festival and awards ceremony dedicated to recognizing activist efforts of filmmakers, specifically in the areas of human rights, child advocacy, environmental preservation, and animal rights. Background The Festival is held annually and tours internationally. Its mission is to strengthen the voice of activist/artists ("artivists"), while raising awareness for global causes. The festival is produced by Artivist Collective, a nonprofit organization founded in August 2003 by Diaky Diaz, Bettina Wolff, and Christopher Riedesel. The first Artivist Film & Awards Festival was held April 27, 2007 at Hollywood's Egyptian Theater.
We declare the world as our canvas More info. More info. More Banksy on Street Art Utopia. More info. More 3D on Street Art Utopia.