Zebrating Urban Street Art

Zebrating Street Art

Street artists Zebrating are an incredible duo from Mannheim, Germany. The word: “Zebrating” can be loosely translated to “making the zebra”, a phrase, which describes the duet’s artistic style. Zebrating work only on the image lattice stairs, fences, railings or other discontinued surface.

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  • 12.03.2012
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Creative Surrealistic Sculptures

Cactus Balloon

Nancy Fouts, an artist residing in London, created these refreshing sculptures, truly dynamic in their design. Everyday objects, animals or symbols are being rearranged to change their original character. The inspiring sculptures she has created are full of humor, creativity and are quite entertaining, dynamic, proving highly imaginative in their concept.

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  • 16.01.2012
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Fast Art

Most talents never become world famous. Many artists have died in poverty and alone. To be an artist is to be always on the edge. Some artists work in workshops, some work in other fancy places, most of them work in the streets. A spectacular street artist painter shows us his fast painting skills. He uses only fingers, paint and two pieces of glass. In less than 3 minutes a beautiful painting comes to life. Why artists work in the streets? Maybe you can earn more money, maybe the feeling of freedom or just a way of life. Anyway it is something you want to buy as a souvenir. Unfortunately we don’t know who this man is. We hope he will create many other great paintings.

  • 05.08.2011
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Bicycle For Crazy And More

If you consider yourself a bicycle fan look at these guys. They say about their selves very simple: We do bicycles. An inventive band of Bay Area performance artists who make bicycle creations out of materials from the junkyard. They also have a website.

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  • 06.02.2011
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Squeeze Me

Stopmotion video for Dutch artists Kraak & Smaak (which means “Crunch and Taste”) overlays the background with a simple, but clever gimmick – a flipbook for animating the foreground elements. Nice way how to catch a moment and make them flow like river.

  • 21.10.2010
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Google Demo Slam

A group of friends recreates Mt. Rushmore and uses Google Goggles for their Demo Slam.


A group of artists steals the Google logo for their Demo Slam.

  • 04.05.2010
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Scott Naturals: The Right Blend

  • 18.03.2010
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Toshiba: Time Sculpture

New York Street Advertising Takeover

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