Street Art by Julien Seth Malland

Street Art by Julien Seth Malland

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Street Art by Julien Seth Malland

Street Art by Seth Globepainter Graduated from the National School of Decorative Arts in Paris, French artist Julien Seth Malland, aka Seth Globepainter, created large scale of murals on the street walls of many countries, India, China, Mexico, Brazil, South Africa, etc. Many of Malland’s works are collaboration with local artists and full of local cultural elements as well as artistic presentation.

Source: globepainter.com

David Zinn’s New Characters on the Streets of Ann Arbor

David Zinn’s New Characters on the Streets of Ann Arbor

David Zinn‘s New Characters on the Streets of Ann Arbor

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Michigan illustrator David Zinn continues to illuminate the streets of Ann Arbor with his chalk drawings since 1987.
The artist works with chalk or charcoal to create works specific to the site that usually incorporates surrounding features such as cracks, street infrastructure, or found objects. Over the years, he has developed a particular universe of recurring characters including a bright green monster named Sluggo and a phlegmatic flying pig named Philomène.

Many works of art by David Zinn are available in prints, and he has recently published a new book entitled: “Temporary Preserves”.

via Street Art Utopia 

Incredible Street Art by Sam3

Incredible Street Art by Sam3

 

 Incredible Street Art by Sam3

This an enormous collection of work by street artist Sam3 spanning the last few years but includes a number of pieces I’d never seen before. If you like what you see, also check out his blog and maybe pickup some stuff in his shop.

via street art utopia

Photos by Sam3 and Guillermo de la Madrid.

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Street Anatomical Creations by Nychos

Street Anatomical Creations by Nychos

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Street Anatomical Creations by Nychos

 The works of the Austrian street-artist and illustrator Nychos all have the same particularity, they reveal the details of the anatomy of an object. This talented artist has since come a long way, and enjoys a growing and deserved reputation, and his work can now be found throughout the world in many street art festivals, galleries and exhibitions.
h/t: fubiz

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Photographer Spends Hours on Bridges to Capture Colorful Portraits of Street Vendors

Photographer Spends Hours on Bridges to Capture Colorful Portraits of Street Vendors

Photographer Spends Hours on Bridges to Capture Colorful Portraits of Street Vendors

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Loes Heerink had worked in Hanoi as a teacher, a photographer, writer, designer and communication officer in four years. She is currently living back home in the Netherlands, and wants to come back to Hanoi to finish a photo book project about street vendors in Hanoi.
From the author:
“I am going to publish a high quality photo book with images from street vendors taken from above. I plan to have around 100 images in the book. With your help this project will be a success and you will be able to enjoy this colorful book filled with images from the roaming vendors of Hanoi!
This project started my fascination for the women carrying their goods. They have no clue how beautiful their bicycles are, no idea they create little pieces of art every day.
The street vendors in Hanoi are often female migrants that spend most of their days trying to make profits on selling fruit, vegetables, snacks and other small items. In the book I will highlight the beauty of Hanoi’s vendors with pictures. All of the pictures are taking from different locations in Hanoi.”
h/t:Hanoi Grapevine

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