Time Changes Everything: Solar Powered Street Art

Graffiti by its very nature changes the appearance of the surface on which it is displayed. But what happens when the “graffiti” itself continually changes as well? Delhi, India-based graffiti artist Daku (which literally means “bandit” or “dacoit” in Hindi… clearly a reference to the outlaw nature of graffiti art itself) explores this concept with…

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Rock Around: Public Scavenger Hunt of Grand Proportions

Painting rocks is a favorite pastime of many, but Michigan artist/illustrator/designer/author/educator Aaron Zenz has taken it to a whole other level. In preparation for what is now known as the “most-attended public art event on the planet”, ArtPrize in Grand Rapids, Michigan (happening right now), Zenz and his six children collected and painted over 1,000…

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Ephemeral Urban Art by SpY

Given the somber mood surrounding all things politics and money in Europe, particularly Greece, this installation street art, fittingly titled “Crisis”, is especially relevant. Conceived and created by Madrid-based artist SpY, and installed in a central neighborhood in the city of Bilbao, the piece consists of 1000€ (almost $2,000) in 2 cent coins making up…

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"Striking" Sculptures

Scottish sculptor and installation artist David Mach’s body of work is impressive, to say the least. With some 30 years of experience, Mach has found compelling ways to gather mass-produced found art objects into flowing formations. His “Matcheads” are particularly striking (pun intended), composed of unstuck colored match sticks arranged to look like the patterned…

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Bear Hug?

Rochesterians are abuzz over one of the latest murals in their local “Wall Therapy” project. Described as “community-level intervention in the form of mural art in the public space”, the project brings world-renowned artists to Rochester to bring new life to public spaces in the form of murals. One of the latest pieces, two bears…

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