Archiv des Schlagworts: urban art

  • Human Debris

    If you just plain hanging around on a vacation to a beach, watch out for these curious installations made out of plastic bottles, wood planks and other garbage washed up from the sea. The project Human Debris by american photographer ... Weiter →

  • Don’t pay, play!

    Florian Rivière describes himself not without reason as a »urban hacker«. His interventions are exclusively made by objects he found in the street. Reprogramming the city implies for him playing with the waste material lying around unattended, building and staging ... Weiter →

  • Somos Luz

    I love these guys... Remember this work? The spanish urban art group Boa Mistura participated recently in an urban art revitalization project in Panama City. The city became a great artistic showcase, dressed up with sculptures, murals, paintings, films and ... Weiter →

  • Your Opinion Means Nothing

    The ideas are simple, yet ingenious! Brad Downey is a Readymade maniac and the king of urban interventions, light and playful and mostly with a dash of fun and irony. You can spend hours and days looking at the fine ... Weiter →

  • Washington DC

    An Atlanta native, Alex Brewer (better known as HENSE) has been working as a visual artist for almost two decades. His free-form paintings and public mural installations are exploding. One of his latest murals, a church in Washington DC, is ... Weiter →

  • Portable River

    Madrid-based art collective Luzinterruptus has once again taken to the streets, this time in Caracas, Venezuela, to create an installation called Portable River. Choosing water is one of their recurring themes. To achieve their urban river, they created their own ... Weiter →

  • Private Moon

    What is fantastic about the moon is that it always gets around a lot. His personal travelling companion Leonid Tishkov is probably the perfect travel mate, as you can see. »Private Moon« is a series of stylized and sentimental photographs ... Weiter →

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