Artists creatively using cracks in cement bring to life tiny scenes and characters that charm. Some 3-d drawings are so clever, I find it hard to fathom where the 2-d reality is. Also, don’t miss the steps, especially the remarkable dog. Enjoy.
By David Zinn. His temporary street art is composed entirely of chalk, charcoal and found objects, and is always improvised on location. Most of these drawings have appeared on sidewalks in Ann Arbor and elsewhere in Michigan, but some have surfaced as far away as subway platforms in Manhattan and construction debris in the Sonoran Desert. One of his most famous characters is Sluggo the green, stalk-eyed alien.
Don’t miss Sluggo
If you want to continue with street art, here are four past posts: street art 3, more of the best street art, mind-bending 3-d street art, and graffiti with a chuckle.
Many thanks to: John, Merry, Claire Elizabeth, Jen C., and David Zinn.