STREET ART FROM HORTA DA AREIA, PORTUGAL
LONDON GETS A FABRIC TREE INSTALLATION
The rocking group of artists from the UK who go by the name of Pirate Technics, installed an amazing fabric replica of The African Baobab Tree in Southbank Centre, London England last month.
The Baobab Tree is a symbol of community which inspired this project – perfect theme seeing how thousands of people from across the world will be descending in London for the upcomingsummer Olympics.
The tree was assembled with 16 feet wide rings that were wrapped in fabrics of varying colors and patterns.
“Edible Typography” - created by two young graphic and industrial designers, Lucía Rallo and Aranxa Esteve. Super sweet idea!
FINGER PRINT SERIES by Kevin Van Aelst
Fingerprint, Kevin Van Aelst
PAPER ARTISTS ARE TURNING INTO STREET ARTISTS
French artist Mademoiselle Maurice is turning her paper origami rainbows into just that along the streets of Paris.
X-RAY TRAIN CAR
If you’re in London, then you’re lucky enough to see SHOK-1 ‘s new train in his X-Ray style above Village Underground in the East End of London, just off Gt Eastern St.