The UK's biggest outdoor mural can be found covering the walls of Strathclyde University in the area around George Street. Known as the 'Wonderwall' it covers more than 1000 square metres and even has its own hashtag #Strathwonderwall. The artwork is a collaboration by local artists Rogue One and Ejek.
Rone is one of the most iconic graffiti artists of Australia, his work hides under many overpasses throughout the city of Melbourne. Over the years the now famed artist reached street acclaim for plastering large canvases depicting faces of “girls” throughout the urban centers of Australia, London, New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Tokyo, Barcelona and Hong Kong.
Give your budding graffiti artist the finest gear this spring with these DIY Sidewalk Chalk Pops. Your toddler will doodle for days with these homemade craft supplies. Have your kiddo take note that while these chalk pops may look like delicious lollipops, they’re made for sketching, not snacking. http://projectnursery.com/2015/05/diy-sidewalk-chalk-pops/
Behold the Pixelstick, a cool new device for creating long-exposure light paintings. It takes any digital image and displays it on an array of LEDs that you can then photography with your camera. Watch it in motion the link: http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/10/light-painting-evolved-introducing-the-pixel-stick/
STIK, London Street Artist. STIK was chosen by Edward Lucie-Smith and Zavier Ellis to be part of the latest survey of London's painters in '100 London Artists Volume 1: 50 Painters'. Download your copy of the iBook straight to you iPad here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/book/100-london-artists/id723541259?mt=11 £2.49 #iArtBooks
Kirby Stafford - "A yardstick, stick of chalk and printed piece of paper of the layout is all he needed. I hope to have many more collaborations with Kirby in the near future, as his craft and enthusiasm for hand lettering is truly a dying art."
Give your budding graffiti artist the finest gear this spring with these DIY Sidewalk Chalk Pops. Your toddler will doodle for days with these homemade craft supplies. Have your kiddo take note that while these chalk pops may look like delicious lollipops, theyâre made for sketching, not snacking.