Banksy has a new piece that just popped up yesterday in the UK featuring an origami crane with a goldfish dangling from its mouth as if it was caught from the neighboring canal. Photos by the lonely villein
I love geometrical forms in general, but then having them built with low budget materials such as cardboard
then having them displayed in the streets of New York just makes these sculptures look so bizarre, beautiful and sexy. Alienated extensions of the city that just seem to naturally grow and bloom in the streets and on the roofs. What you can see here are several uncommissioned public installations done in 2011 by fantastic Clemens Behr
in the East Village, China Town, Soho and Brooklyn.
German artist Clemens Behr
created several installations for the Get Set Art Festival
that took place October 4th-10th, 2010 in Porto, Portugal. Working with the simplest materials and basic geometric forms, Behr creates complex ephemeral architectures that blur the lines between 2D painting and 3D objects.
Posted in architecture, collage, exhibition, installation, sculpture
Tagged cardboard, clemens behr, geometrical forms, graffiti, installation, paper artist, portugal, streetart, tape
Sten and Lex are based out of Italy and they create some pretty intense work producing what they call 'Poster Stencils' since they are both stencil and poster at the same time. These large format posters have such a heavily detailed process I decided to showcase their video so you can see for yourself.
Having grown up with graffiti, Martin Böttger creates amazing 3D Animations, Motion Graphics, Graphic Designs, Sculptures, Installations, Performances and Visual Art under the synonym TSAWORKS. Martin studied Visual Communication and New Media at the School of Art and Design in…
Posted in architecture, installation, interior design, sculpture, strictlypaper
Tagged cardboard, E8, graffiti, london, martin böttger, paper artist, paper sculpture, streetart, tape, tsaworks
Through his exploration of Kirigami
and typography, Eric Constantino
has come up with a very awesome combination of the two where Kirigami meets Graffiti in what he calls graffitiami.