Pinner wrote: That third one down. that piece (the original at least) was the first artwork we looked at in my very first art history class. Art started as paint on the walls. (I wish I could see these art pieces in person.
Bâtiment (Building) Installation, by Leandro Erlich, gives visitors a chance to “climb” a building like a superhero. A large vertical mirror reflects a horizontal building facade. Visitors are encouraged to scale and jump around the facade.
Graffiti Artist Spray-Paints Giant Animals onto Plastic Wrap in a Forest
Montreal-based artist Roadsworth creates his art on public streets. That's the actual street, mind you. In Roadsworth's town, the crosswalk marks may actually be the skeleton of a fish. A lane divider line turns into a zipper.
(link) STREET ART: Chalk Art by David Zinn 17 ~ Underground Hideaway Escape ~~~ loose brick / monster alien / sneak away / kids child children / brick pathway ~ for more great PINs w/good links visit ~ have fun!