A living graffiti by Edini Tokodi. This is an eco-minded street art that puts a new spin or the typical spray painted walls of other street art. Instead of painting a landscape to add nature to the city, this art actually puts nature right on the walls using moss.
Isaac Cordal creates 3D street art in Europe. He is currently living in London. His art is often very political and is a little more in peoples faces since it is harder to ignore the 3D piece in the middle of the coblestones. I particularly like his piece "Electoral Campaign" he created in Berlin. The figures seem as though they are swimming in too deep.
art by OaKoAk. This street artist takes everyday objects, sees and image within it, and creates a unique type of street art. I particualrly find it not only interesting but humorous as well. It is similar to the game many of us played as children; what do you see in the clouds. I found the piece entitled, "Gonzo".
EVOL, creates street art from concrete structures that do not look like much but he turns them into mimics of buildings, sometimes, shadows included. There are two specifically I find interesting, the one in Moscow and the other in Brandenburg. While other street artists art changing buildings into beautiful murals, EVOL is turning boring concrete structures into buildings.
These creations are done by Ludo, and they are located in Belgium. It is a cross between inorganic and organic propaganda. Ludo is making an interesting statement with this artwork. I will leave it up to the viewer to decide what it is they see.
Vhils, Alexandre Farto, Street art, Amdf01, Graffiti, Lisboa, Portugal, Lisbon, Oporto, Steve Lazarides, Vera Cortês, Studiocromie, Portrait, etc. The creations of this street art is done by chipping away at the exterior to make the actual images. It kind of reminds me of the reduction blocks in printmaking.
Created in the city of Manama Bahrain as part of the Alwan 338 festival. The artist Jorge Rodriquez-Gerada created a mural of Yousif, a traditional Bahraini fishermen, and the street art her is only temporary since it fades over time by wind and rain. There is quite a bit of emotion in this art piece, particularly in the eyes. The man seems sad and discouraged (to me at least).
Portuguese Street artist Vhil has created this large sized Motherhood Mural looking like mother and infact in her lapusing three separate layers - Art...He created this art piece by first drawing the design on the building then taking another tool to chip away at the outer surface to create teh "mother".
This artist idea is called Human Plants, and that plants are people too. The artist is FllthyLuker, where eyes are placed on plants and other objects around the city to create another type of street art.
HOTTEA, created this type of street art using yarn. The hot pink yarn is very disinct among the bland background in comparison. He has also created some temporary art from covering a tennis net in hot pink yarn, to sort of re-purpose it. He is based out of Minneapolis, MN.
Becca Midwood creates street art that almost looks like it belongs inside of a child's storybook, until you look a little closer (on some) while others are a little more straight forward. I think the innocent looks of the images cause the viewer to not only look longer at the pieces but wonder why this innocence is being tarnished. I really like the sketchy overall look of some of her creations.
Aakash Nihalani is a street artist who really creates art that is only temporatry. This particualr type of street art is not created with paint, but bright colored duct tape. I found the contrast of the bright colors quite substancial as opposed to the dreary backgrounds. This is definately an new apporach to this new genre.
Created by an artist called "Mentalgassi" and most of these were created in Zagreb, Croatia, and Katowice, Poland. I find the pieces to be a little unnerving as the characters are starring at me as if there is something I am not telling them or as if we are observers and the characters are unaware of our presence.
This street art was created by Blumblebee. The creation of this art is to bring awareness to others about homeless of children. The location is in Los Angeles, CA I find the color scheme of this particular piece, of the two children quite interesting. The reason is often times when I picture a homeless person, I do not immediately think of bright colored clothing, in fact I think the opposite. It is facinating to see the mural created with the bright colors so people can not miss it.
DALeast is impired by the spiritual world and how the existing material world revolves, infinate space, and emotions. He uses multiple tecnniques and materials. I enjoy how the figures are not always solid, but still contain hightlights and shadows. I would almost swear they were sculptures.
Standing four stories high, this new large-scale mural by UK-based street artist Phlegm was recently completed for the Bloop Festival in Ibiza, Spain. The piece revitalizes an old classic of Esers two hands drawing one another. However, this new makes good use of the modern times by illustrating the technological age.
Street art from around the world...This example of street art was created in Amposta, Spain. The artist makes good use of the entire space, and the overall cramped figure gives the view an idication of the restrictions felt by the figure.
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