NBC Hannibal street art in progress
My version of Street Art.. Tenderloin, San Francisco
Jonathan LeVine Gallery, 529 W20th St., NYC
Nihalani’s bold, flat shapes continue to evolve into complex multi-dimensional patterns, often producing intricate optical illusions that challenge the viewer’s relationship with their surrounding environment. The artist enjoys the interactive effect of his work in the gallery setting as well as on the street. His exhibitions often include site-specific installations created with tape, similar to his public interventions, which complement his paintings and freestanding sculptures. - thru Feb 9
On view until Dec 22, 2012
Chilean people pose on the work of British artist Julian Beever, who specializes in pavement drawings, wall murals and realistic paintings, on May 3rd in Santiago, Chile. Beever produced a painting with colour chalks showing a ferris wheel, during the Creative Days activities in Chile.
Photos by Martin Bernetti
[via MSNBC Photo Blog]
Specter - “Confessions of a Billboard”
I was about to say, “how can one make valid social commentary unless McDonald’s is included?” And then I saw the McDonald’s part.
is it better now?
What bothers me is how amazing the ‘before’ art was