Peace and Love. 🙂
Peace and Love. 🙂
Well now you know. 😉
I just discovered these guys’ works on a Facebook Group called Zebrating-Art.
I’ll post a link later as soon as I get my hands on a computer.
Here – as promised the link to the Zebra-ting group on Facebook. Enjoy!
Works like these make fall in love with street art again and again. 🙂
Brick Lane at night – just me and my camera – and some pretty cool new street art. Always makes me happy. 🙂
Well, I personally had not the luck yet to encounter any snow this year. But that should not stop me from posting some snowy / Christmassy type of photos, right?
I guess we all have seen quite a few of those 3D paintings on pavements, which are so cleverly painted or drawn that they create – seen from one point of view – often clever and stunning optical illusions picturing fanstastic scenarios like vulcano craters or wormholes to other dimensions.
The artist John Pugh is the first that I have ever seen that does the same thing but on the walls of buildings. I amazed HOW realistic it looks.
This is so beautiful! Another simple idea – perfectly put into reality:
Mount a blue light underneath a skateboard and film it being manoeuvered through the night – but instead of choosing the all too familar camera from behind or mounted on the board everything is being filmed from a bird’s eye perspective. Colossal and intricate at the same time.
Nope. It’s not a crashed car. Artist Emma Hack “build” this automobile with using 17 nude people – painted to create the illusion of a ruined vehicle.
I also really like some of her other stunning body art.
She also was responsible for the super popular music video of Gotye’s Somebody that I used to know.
Check her work out on www.emmahackartist.com.au