Street art has gone through many variations over the years, with lots of off the wall ideas. But whoever was the first to start using Legos on the street should really be paid his or her due. Check out these seriously fun examples of what people are doing with Legos on the streets all over the world. And this is only the beginning.
Klaus Pichler is a Vienna-based photographer whose work first caught my eye when viewing his Skeletons in the Closet series, which explored the backstage environments and storage sites of the Museum of Natural History in Vienna.
Thomas Doyle is a New York-based sculptor working in a miniature world. No, really. His realistic scenery depicted within his pieces are often scaled 1:43 or smaller and they are quite amazingly detailed. Relating to his fascination with memory, time, history, and transitional experience, his works allow us to peer into a world of hauntingly familiar yet altered enchantment. While most of his works are viewed in glass containers, I often feel they fuse terrariums with dream like thought clouds.
While I personally don’t care for their music, I do still think the Japanese band Androp is full of some kind of genius. For a recent video performance, they utilized 250 Canon and Flashes to create a backdrop on their stage that continues to blow my mind every time I see it. Utilizing Arduino open source software, the [...]
All Streets is a map of the contiguous United States using only our roadway systems to illustrate it. Over 240 million road segments are combined together and have no outlines to fall within. This is what we drive every day. $30 buys you a print (24×36) and all proceeds are donated to The KIVA Organization. [...]
For everyone who is interested in street art and hasn’t heard about El Mac, it’s about time we take care of that. A Los Angeles-born artist, El Mac has traveled the world spreading his style and creativity into even the most unfamiliar of places. His graceful, elegant, and structured flow is a style unmatched. Growing up in Phoenix, I’ve seen his work evolve over the years, and it still boggles my mind each time I see a new piece. What’s even better is his interest in spreading awareness and love to other parts of the world. Check out this video below of his latest trip to Vietnam.