The human-size mural is a freestyle painting, which composition is based on the repetitive rhythm of elements in the white boxes. These elements viewed from left to right produce the illusion of a slowly growing movement of the subject, similarly as for the single film frames or a slow motion footage.
On August 8th, a new art installation was presented to the inhabitants of the city of Lodz, Poland. It was made by Jerzy Janiszewski, Polish artist and designer, who came to Lodz at the invitation of the Urban Forms Foundation.
At the turn of July and August, at the invitation of the Urban Forms Foundation, Gaia aka Andrew Pisacane visited the city of Lodz, Poland. He is one of the most remarkable young street artists rooted in New York and Baltimore.
Urban Forms Gallery is a permanent street art exhibition in a public space in Lodz. As for now, it consists of over 35 large format paintings, murals, created directly on the side wall elevations of buildings placed in the city centre.
“Silence” („Cisza”) is a unique artistic installation which consists of 1300 metal bars made of stainless steel. These metal bars are fixed directly to the wall by chemical anchors and they are arranged by size – from the shortest elements (3cm) to the longest (60cm).
Internationaly known street artist Alexis Diaz has recently finished an inspiring mural in the city of Lodz in Poland. Depicting an interesting theme of combined live organisms with human elements in Black and white, its best we let the images speak for themselves.