Tag: Street Art

Someone In Bulgaria Is Putting Googly Eyes On Broken Street Objects, And It’s Even Better Than Fixing Things
30 May

Someone In Bulgaria Is Putting Googly Eyes On Broken Street Objects, And It’s Even Better Than Fixing Things

Art Funny Homepage featured Street Art eye art 30th of May 2017

Last month we introduced you to the art of "eyebombing," otherwise known as sticking googly eyes on basically anything you can find. Well the trend has now reached Bulgaria thanks to a street artist called Vanyu Krastev, and as you can see from his "eye-catching" work, he certainly has an "eye" for the perfect eyebomb!

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Chalk-Drawn Adventures By David Zinn
11 Mar

Chalk-Drawn Adventures By David Zinn

Art Homepage featured Optical Illusions Street Art Video 11th of March 2017

Street artist David Zinn's chalk creatures have been inhabiting Ann Arbor, Michigan since 2008. David calls himself an "inveterate doodler and a shameless word nerd" and uses art as a problem-solving tool. What are the problems he solves? Sad-looking street cracks, unappreciated blooming flowers, boring sidewalks, and other urban features that could use an additional sprinkle of happiness. David's light-hearted creatures are small-scale but high-charm, and have earned him 180,000 followers on Instagram.

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Banksy Opens “The Walled Off” Art Hotel In Palestine, And It Has The ‘Worst View In The World’
06 Mar

Banksy Opens “The Walled Off” Art Hotel In Palestine, And It Has The ‘Worst View In The World’

Art Homepage featured Street Art art hotel banksy 6th of March 2017

The famous British artist Banksy is back with a brand new project called "The Walled Off Hotel," and people can literally sleep inside this work of art. Located in Bethlehem, Palestine it offers the 'worst view in the world' with windows overlooking the controversial wall that separates the West Bank from Israel.

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Giant Mural Made Without A Ladder
10 Feb

Giant Mural Made Without A Ladder

Art Homepage featured Street Art Video big mural 10th of February 2017

Matt Dean aka Kiptoe is a street artist and illustrator who doesn’t need a ladder to rise above the competition. Kiptoe painted a 30ft tall mural using only a pole to reach everything from the bottom to the top. This giant piece is called ‘Protectors’ and lies in the middle of Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York City. The artist said that the whole thing was ‘a crazy arm workout’, but nonetheless it turned out really epic. Go big or go home, right?

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