street art – uncommon


The following videos are references of street art that are out of the ordinary. Whether it be playing with illusions to create interactivity, creating a dynamic 3d sculpture that creates interest, or creating a series of temporary paintings to create an animation, these are the types of creative street art that require intellect, patience and experience.

Joshua Allen Harris’ Inflatable Bag Monsters

Joshua’s  monsters breaks the typical 2D street art standards by creating a moving, dynamic sculpture which uses rising air from the subway vents to inflate ‘monsters’ made of garbage bags.

The Crevasse – 3D Street Art

Illusion art is a technique used on the path.  It has a high visibility and creates interaction due to the accessibility and the realistic power of the illusion.

MUTO a wall-painted animation by BLU

COMBO a collaborative animation by Blu and David Ellis

MUTO and COMBO are amazing stop-motion animations that requires lots of time and painting. It utilizes the urban canvas well but the sad thing is that little is left in the end on the walls.

Light Graffiti – Ford Kuga

Light graffiti is an art-form that disappears in an instant. It creates a new perspective of how graffiti can be captured, only through the lens of a camera. This introduces a new media of graffiti.


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