I was curious about what exactly this was, so I went to the blog that posted this and found out that it’s actually a self-sufficient vertical garden that the community created together. Everyone that sees it is encouraged to give the plants some water and add their own if they’d like. Awesome.
El artista urbano SLINKACHU(Devon, 1979)
lleva abandonando a personas en miniatura por las calles de Londres desde 2006, cuando comenzó My little people project.
Una combinación de street art y fotografía.
SLINKACHU (Devon,1979) is a UK-based
artist who creates big worlds for little people on city streets since 2006.He combines street installation and photography.
My Name is an Anagram for Yarn
“But for this project I go by deadrez. I’m Dine, from Gallup, NM and my art is removable, anyone can take it down, I think that’s what I like about it. One day its there next day its gone, its streetart. I got the idea of using yarn as my medium because my grandmother is a rug weaver and my mother is quilt maker, so weaving/sowing has been a generational thing. My grandmother used her skills (art) as a means for survival, I wanted to honor her and my mother in the art that I do, all their dedication, discipline, patience and creativity interwoven with the indigenous traditional knowledge passed down. So my loom is the fence. We weave our own double sided rugs, intricate with laughter and tears. It’s our beauty that keeps us weaving year after year.”
Participatory pianos - false Creek Vancouver
Came across this french man playing Mozart’s Requiem amongst other tunes flawlessly while the two gentlemen beside him folded origami cranes and decorated the piano. Sometimes participatory public art can truly be magical.
Downtown Eugene, installing a yarnbomb this early morning.