3D Art From DAIM.


Born in Lueneburg, Germany, it was a love of hip hop that initially piqued an interest in graffiti for street artist DAIM.
He started listening to the music at age 15 and two years later found himself using spray cans as a mean of expression in nearby Hamburg.
daim_mrf20540-01-930x400That was in 1989 and by 1991 he was already experimenting with creating works that appeared three-dimensional through clever use of shadows to create depth.
25 years after beginning his career in street art, DAIM’s work can be found across Europe and the US.
via Amazing 3D Street Art From DAIM The Roosevelts.

‘Riding the Dreams’ by Pixel Pancho.

Riding the Dreams – The latest street art creations of Pixel Pancho – Artistes Street Art
We present a new selection of street art creations by Pixel Pancho, this Italian artist based in Turin which we have already talked about several times.
This prolific artist offers us again some very beautiful and poetic creations, skillfully combining organic and mechanical…
See more Images via Riding the Dreams – The latest street art creations of Pixel Pancho | Ufunk.net.

Stum brings 3D to the Streets.

The 3D painting of a Kolkata street at Vivekananda Park Athletic Club, Haridevpur. Artist Tracy Lee Stum also seen. ( Source: Express photo by Partha paul )
Written by Arshad Ali
Those who have seen 3D street art in films and e-mail forwards, here is an opportunity to witness one in Kolkata.
The puja organised by Vivekananda Park Athletic Club at Haridevpur has put this form of art on display for visitors.
They roped in Tracy Lee Stum, an artist globally known for her street paintings, all the way from South California to help create the painting.
The theme has been called Tilottama which signifies both Goddess Durga and Kolkata. Different forms of arts have been blended in to depict the city and its transition over the years.
While the 3D painting, which has a bird’s eye view, is spread on a giant plywood canvas of 25 feet by 20 feet on the floor, the ceiling has paintings of an ant’s eye view of different areas of the city.
Read more via US artist brings alive Kolkata street in 3D | The Indian Express.

There’s A Genius Artist in New York.

by​ Monika
American artist Tom Bob is running loose in the streets of New York, and let’s hope nobody catches him.
Using street “furniture” like poles or electrical terminals, Tom creates colourful and whimsical pieces that interact with their surroundings.
From turning a sewer into a frying pan, to transforming gas meters into quirky lobsters, Tom Bob is making the city a much happier place for everybody.
More info: Instagram (h/t: ufunk)
Source: There’s A Genius Street Artist Running Loose In New York, And Let’s Hope Nobody Catches Him | Bored Panda

Nikolai Arndt, the Chalk Guy is back.


When Russian-born artist Nikolaj Arndt is in a city, he doesn’t just walk on the hard pavement, he imagines what kinds of worlds could exist right beneath it.
Using chalk and pigment, he brings his creative ideas to life, whether that means creating gaping holes with a rickety looking bridge or a winter wonderland where wolves are seeking warmer weather.
Pxleyes has an interview with the exceptionally talented 3D street artist where he talks about how he got into this field and what his general process is like.
It’s absolutely incredible that he can make some of these scenes look so realistic.
via My Modern Met


John Lennon Wall in Prague.

imagePhoto by WikiCommons | Copyright: Creative Commons
Tucked away into a nondescript street away from the touristy hustle and bustle that usually pervades Prague, the Lennon Wall takes your breath away. Every inch of the wall has been filled with Lennon-inspired graffiti and Beatles song lyrics.
It is a quiet, almost respectful space as visitors walk down the length of the beautifully painted wall.
An image of John Lennon was first painted on the wall (opposite the French Embassy) after his murder in December 1980. Soon, it became a prime site for political and Beatles-inspired graffiti and a sounding board for disgruntled youth.
Several attempts were made by the police to whitewash the wall, but in vain. Artists continued to paint on the wall, refusing to be pinned down.
The wall is the property of the Knights of Malta, and after repeated attempts to keep the wall clean, they finally gave in and the wall now stands in all its graffiti-ed glory.
The wall was white-washed in 2014 with the accumulated art being replaced by the single sentence, “Wall is Over.” However, tags and graffiti have already started to reappear in the blank space.
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via Lennon Wall | Atlas Obscura.