by Rachel Oakley in New Art on Friday 2 May 2014

Milan-based artist Fra.Biancoshock really knows how to grab your attention. Using the ‘urban jungle as his canvas, the mysterious artist creates site-specific installations that are at times humorous or startling, but always clever and imaginative’. In this street art, old tires are given new life to form Loch Ness Monster scenes in back alley puddles, trash cans are transformed into wishing wells, and crumbling walls are patched up with giant-sized bandages.

Fra.Biancoshock calls his work ‘ephemeralism’, which is a movement ‘that has a purpose of producing works of art that have to exist briefly in space but limitlessly in time’. I’m not even sure what that means but look at this art… so clever!

Via My Modern Met