Michael Wolf was born in Germany and was raised in the United States, Europe, and Canada. In 1976 he obtained a degree in visual communication at the University of Essen, Germany, where he studied with Otto Steinert. In his Architecture of Density series, Wolf takes a look at how the urban landscape is itself powerful imagery.
11 000 sheets of Gold Leaf and two murals later, Flyjin, a subterranean Asian Brasserie/nightclub located in Old Montreal, is the home to a Kevin Ledo‘s biggest art installation to date. Ledo put together a team of artists to tackle this shimmering gold project. Above is the ‘in the making’ video, directed, filmed and edited by Karel Chladek.
On Jerome Street in London an anonymous street artist decided to play a game with the city which (literally) tells a story to the viewer. This “Once Upon A Time” story forced both the artist and the cleaners to work as a team to complete it. After each line from the artist was removed a new one would be put back on. Read it and enjoy!
Johnson Cheung-shing Tsang is a Hong Kong-based sculptor specializing in ceramics, stainless steel sculpture and public art work. Tsang’s work comments on the issues of “human beings” and “objects”. Since 1993, Tsang’s works have been exhibited internationally in galleries from Hong Kong to Switzerland.
As we posted up a number of days ago, this past weekend in Montreal was the Mural Festival. The festival held some of the best mural artist both locally and around the globe. We guarantee you, you will be seeing loads of posts on this coming up. Here’s a mural by Pixel Pancho created during the festival at St. Laurent and Napoleon in the city’s Plateau-Mont Royal area.
The Fake and Boro teams recently connected for a t-shirt design collaboration. And in light of the new tee, Sniper, Shok, Ether and Senck got together to spray a tight production. Video after the jump!
Robert Montgomery is an artist who likes to share his views and in a big way. His typographic street installations are captivating and powerful. These recycled sunlight pieces truly have the viewer stop, read and reflect.