Beauty and the Beast
In the studio, before installation
More from Miss Bugs' excellent series that blends images precisely into their surroundings. See previous pieces in the series
artist: Miss Bugs
I'm excited to see Ludo's debut gallery show at Starkart
in Zurich, opening April 7 2011.
See Ludo's street work
I really like Robyn Hasty/ Imminent Disaster's street work
, and now she's embarking on a new photography-based project called Homeland.
'In short, Homeland is a cross country Wet-Plate Collodion photo-essay documenting the grassroots efforts to rebuild life after the collapse of the American economy.
Cities such as New Orleans, Detroit, Pittsburgh and NYC will be documented, as well as many smaller towns and rural areas in between. The range of projects documented will include urban farms, bicycle collectives, off-the grid homes, alternative fuel producers, art and theatre collectives, community dinners, free schools and after-school programs, squats, itinerants, tent cities and many other grassroots social practices.
She has launched a Kickstarter campaign
to help fund the project, with some great rewards available for the backers.
A reinterpretation of Quetzalcoatl
and Isis, his love walking through the cosmos.
'I want to dedicate this to the Egyptian people who were resisting in the street with the stars on their side.'
See more by Liqen
Sam3's finished his huge building in Lisbon, which is around the corner from the building Os Gemeos & Blu hit last week
. The details of the stars and the cat are great.
He's also done a big billboard, with what I think is a guy with an upturned car as a shell.
Check out a couple of other smaller pieces
he left in Lisbon and more by Sam3
images by Adres, thank you