15 hours agoby i_support_street_art#Repost from @nuartfestival !!! @thatlazyedwin with some visual quest about where we are heading if we don’t start changing our ways and working to reverse the severe climate change predictions. This piece indicates the sea level for the year 2100 according to current scientific data. Town centres will become the
Our dear friend Airborne Mark just sent his latest piece from the London streets, a spectacular Origami Whale! It is his biggest permanent wall in London and it took him 60 hours to produce. The UK based artist uses a technique largely based on real life origami elements and figures,
Airborne Mark is giving a new look to some spots in London, this time in Camden Town with his origami roseproject. With his inspirational work he tries to maintain the legal walls in London without tagging, which is very difficult nowadays.
Here is the latest addition to London streets by Airborne Mark which is based on an old English nursery rhyme that he adapted accordingly for obvious reasons: “Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat, where have you been? I’ve been to Camden chasing my dream… Pussy Cat, Pussy Catt, what did you do there? I frightened cranes folded […]
Here is the newest of paper madness from London streets, produced by the unique artist Airborn Mark. He recently designed an origami moth which turned out sligtly otherworldly. Eventualy it has been named Mothra – The Fairy Moth.
Just like the artists who come to paint the walls, Shoreditch is a melting pot of cultures and art styles. Artists use the streets to advertise their solo shows, leave political statements and generally brighten up the street furniture.