The German artist Niklas Roy and Kati Hyyppä worked together to make this fanastic art piece for in the storefront of an abandoned gallery. The “Public Painting Machine” is made to give the public an oppertunity to have 15 minutes of fame as an artist. During the Katowice Street Art Festival in Poland, Roy installed a CNC device inside the gallery, where people can paint by pulling on ropes hanging infront of the window. What I love the most about this street art piece is that it functions without electricity and the user can use the X and Y to controle the paint brush colors.
At Salone del Mobile in Milan last week.
The Maison Martin Margiela house was designed by street artist Cédric Bernadotte, entitled Residual Spaces. Living in the garden of MMM headquarters, a web of cellophane symbolizes the introduction of the brand concepts of ”spontaneity and artisanal into an urban setting,” by giving function to non-traditional spaces. Bernadotte’s work uses the pre-existing urban landscape as a base material for home/decor, showing that we can ultimately reside wherever we choose.
Alexandre Farto aka Vhils, has taken street art to a whole new level with his etched portraits. The artist chooses decaying brick walls as his canvas were he chips away through the layers to create his amazing images.
“With my work, I try to delve into the several layers that compose the edifice of history, to take the shadows cast by this model of uniform development to try and understand what lies behind it.” -alexandre farto aka vhils
Two classmates of mine have set up this cool website named crack for your eyes. On this website they show beautiful art. All kinds of street art, photography and there own. This picture I show to you is token by Tamara Lichtenstein and belongs to her series of water.
I really love this picture, it spiritual and has wonderful colors!
Go for more lovely art to crackforyoureyes.com. And it might inspire you!