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Penda's "Soundwave" In China With 500 steel fins

The “Soundwave” completed in 2015, is a landscape sculpture by Beijing & Vienna-based practice Penda, serving as a visual representation of a solidified moment of motion. 124 more words

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Spok Brillor - New Mural in Cancun, Mexico

Mural artist Spok recently made his way out to Mexico to paint a giant new piece for the latest Pangeaseed “Seawalls” project. The Spanish artist worked away on a piece that featured a massive gum-ball machine that included highly rendered whales floating around within.


Kosmic Krylon Garage

Kosmic Krylon Garage // Kenny Scharf // 2004

When trying to find parking at a museum, normally you don’t look for art in its parking garage. 63 more words


Mural: Livermore High

My first mosaic mural was created with John Ascher and our students at Livermore High School. It was a learning process that took us 2 years to develop, and was sadly cut short by me leaving the school. 107 more words



The Leslie Grove Youth Centre, affectionately known as ‘The Shack’, hosts five murals celebrating  Article 25 of the UDHR:

Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for health and well-being. 332 more words

Public Art

Mark Barretto - Painting Installations

Mark Barretto is a Dubai based artist originally hailing from the Philippines. In Barretto’s work, he tries to capture the things he sees around him, this helps him understand more about the environment. 26 more words


Nicknaming Dublin Statues

Do you know the Dubliner names for the statues around town? During my recent trip to Dublin, our city tour guide mentioned the humorous nicknames people have given the city’s statues over the years, and he promised to regale us with their nicknaming tales later on in the tour, but he never did. 395 more words