Posts Tagged ‘mural’

Happy new year! Here’s a photograph of a public art piece I saw in London, under a bridge en route to the Tate Modern. Stripes of color sure bring life to a shaded tunnel area consumed by road and sidewalk. Note how the rails on the ceiling seem to continue into the painted stripes.   […]


cube circle

13Aug11

Here’s another public art project I found in Budapest. Colorful cubes evenly spaced make up this sphere, getting considerably warmer and larger as they approach the center. I like how the cubes continue on the bottom right of the building, too. Note the geometric structure on the left in the last photograph. Seeing a geometric […]


Wanted to share a photograph of a mural in the St. John’s Wood area of London. Wish I had taken another angle..but there’s a trapeze swinger, trompe-le oi train, man with guitar, and so on. The festive scenery over colorful stripes project an upbeat vibe onto its surroundings.


Baptiste Debombourg made the following mural out of 35,000 staples. (The piece is titled “Air Force One” and is an image of Icarus.) I love how powerful an image was created with something as mundane and plentiful as staples. found at http://www.todayandtomorrow.net/ from this entry.