NEOZOON Paris, France
Street Installation Artists crew
NEOZOON is a collective of female street artists that use re-porposed fur materials and create wall art.
What do these image do to you? When I saw these images in my Fb friend's wall, I started to automatically re-connect to the Universal Intelligence that is usually hidden below my conciousness during my daily life in the city. I took some time picturing the scene of animals were living wild in nature before human civilization a long long time ago. Ecologically it was a perfect world...... This fur belonged to living creatures once, then used for human adornment and now it almost looks like they are back to life again with the brilliant touch of the NEOZOON's visions, collaborating with urban elements. This is one of my favorite street art moments of all time.
Do you want to swim like a dolphin?
thank to Renee for sharing this "cool gear" video in Fb.
This is another mind blowing piece of gear that I needed to post. As it says, "Flying Dolphin Water Jet Pack"
I am updating this post at 1/13/2012 now.
There are at least 2 companies already developed similer water jet pack products. I've seen the you tube video in Dec. 2011 the one built by water sports enthusiast Franky Zapata, from Marseille, France.
And this year, I found the higher end of jetpack, built by German company called MS watersports.
They are so great that not only will you be able to swim like a dolphin, but also you'll be flying like Astro Boy!!
This is dream gear for someone who's been wanting to swim and jump like a dolphin. you can watch the promotion videos and compare the products.
By Tracy Lee Stum
3D STREET ART
Visual Artist, born in Pennsylvania
“ I’m a street painter – I draw things with chalk pastels on pavement; streets, plazas or sidewalks in urban public areas. I have a passion for manipulating 2D surfaces to reveal an unlikely alternative in 3D, typically designing and creating interactive images which invite the viewer to become part of my imagined world. As a result, communicating through this manner of direct participation has certainly become the keystone of my philosophy on being a visual artist.
Street painting :aka Madonnari (Italian) WIKIPEDIA
actually has been recorded throughout Europe since the 16th century. Tracy Lee Stum is a American Street Painter, who is recognized as one of the most talented 3D chalk artist/painter internationally. Her imagination world she creates are just STUNNING!!
If you happened to see her work in person, consider yourself lucky. just saying...
HONGKIAT.COM-for more Stunning Street Paintings,
When you double click this text box you can change the text, style, color and fonts.
thanks to 'Raze013' for showing me her works.
3D STREET ART
A D B U S T ING
by eyesaw. - london, UK
THE LAST CAPITALIST
Beware of fishing scams
click this --->>>WHY?
You've been working on this unauthorized street project this year of 2011,
Targeting prime advertisement spaces like these bus stops,
Replacing the major ads to your bold and strong images you created that can be also controversial.
What is your thought, and
NOTE: This You tube video was uploaded on Feb 2011
great concept a r t
What is the concept?
AKA: guerrilla knitting, or graffiti knitting
examples have been recorded as early as May 2004 in Den Helder, Netherlands. In the U.S., But the movement was created in Texas knitters in 2005 used their leftover and unfinished knitting projects, but it has since spread worldwide. - wikipedia
thanks to 'Generation WTF' in fb for the resourcesharing of all sorts.
I love my town look like this!!!!
Yarn Bombing may last for years, they are considered non-permanent, and, unlike graffiti, can be easily removed if necessary. Nonetheless, the practice is still technically illegal, though it is not often prosecuted vigorously.
BBC news you tube about London Bombing
Yarn Bombing Facebook Page
Bleached-Out Barbie DOLL (s)?
Barbie Doll images via:http://bleachlondon.co.uk/
I love my funky little
avid Hochbaum has never been a man to follow any popular, idealistic political views. David Hochbaum has never been a man to believe in any institutional faiths or religions. David has never been a boy to fit in the crowd or be "one of the boys". Yet his works evoke both a social and spiritual emotion that is universal.
David Hochbaum's art is the construction of paintings built on photographs and images that are not only the contemplation of human behavior, but also a reaction to history, astronomy, sex, and iconoclastic symbols. While maintaining dialogue with his own behavior, each picture produces a vision from his private world bound to elements and symbols.
New York, NY
His first NYC show in 5 years is next month
January 8 through February 5, 2012 at
245 Broome Street (at Ludlow St.)
New York, NY 10002
212.228.1600 / 646.209.5457
David will be showing a selection from a series of large format