David Zinn

Immerse yourself in the whimsical world of David Zinn, a talented artist known for his captivating street art. Explore his unique creations and be inspired to see the beauty in unexpected places.
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We at Bored Panda have been following David Zinn's cute street art since 2012. Back in the day, we introduced David's first character named Sluggo – a green semi-subterranean inhabitant, who appeared doing all sorts of shenanigans on the streets of Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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This Artist Continues To Brighten Up The Streets Of His City With His Adorable Chalk Art (130 New Pics) Street Art, Draw, Drawing Techniques, Art, Michigan, Kunst, Drawings, Cute Characters, David Zinn

There’s only so much most of us can see when looking at basic pavement. Not David Zinn, though. This talented artist is from Ann Arbor, Michigan, and is well-known for his chalk-drawn pieces on the streets. His drawings follow the adventures of random adorable characters and are very popular among David’s more than 600K followers on Instagram.

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Beth Fricks
David Zinn, Toledo Museum Of Art, Ephemeral Art, Stained Concrete, Street Art, Art Pieces, Art

David Zinn is an artist from Ann Arbor, Michigan. He is well-known for his “ephemeral art,” created on the streets and composed entirely of chalk, charcoal, and random objects found on the premises. Cracks, holes, and small grooves are enough for Zinn to notice the figures they suggest and that’s where he gets most of his inspiration from; his work is done on the go.

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Mikki Williams
Artist Manages To Extract Life From The Streets And Walls In An Improvised And Joyful Way (New Pics) Land Art, Urban Art, Street Art, 3d Street Art, Pavement Art, Garden Art, Street Artists, Sidewalk Art, Outdoor Art

David Zinn is an artist from Ann Arbor, Michigan. He is well-known for his “ephemeral art,” created on the streets and composed entirely of chalk, charcoal, and random objects found on the premises. Cracks, holes, and small grooves are enough for Zinn to notice the figures they suggest and that’s where he gets most of his inspiration from; his work is done on the go.

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