Funny piece by 0331C!
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Take a look at this great new mural by artist Borondo in Paris, France.
photo by SAN
An old building in a new dress.
During his visit to Washington D.C., French artist JR completed his first installation in the capital of the United States.
The main idea of his Unframed project is to use archived photos and put them in a new context. The D.C.-installation shows Ernest Withers’s iconic civil-rights-era photo of the 1968 Memphis sanitation workers strike.
J.R. explaines in an interview for the Washington Post:
“This says it all, ‘I am a man’. They created such a strong and powerful image that still resonates today, but in another context. Still people say, ‘I am a man,’ but they care less about the color [of their skin]. It’s ‘we are humans, we are here, we want to exist.’ And I like that, I think that’s pretty powerful.”
More from JR here.
Location: south facade of 1401 T St. NW
FAME wants to be a new point of view on the original structure of the ancient city Grottaglie (Italy).
Artists like ERICA IL LANE or BORIS HOPPEK will have the opportunity to paint the walls around the city to upgrade a few areas which are aesthetically depressed.
More information here
Patience pays off.
Artist Guilherme Kramer spend one year on this office wall, painting the people he saw in the crowds.
Every single face tells its own story.
It’s located in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
More of it here.