Ernest Pignon Ernest

Do you remember street art? Ernest Pignon Ernest has put up his first ephemeral piece of art in 1966.

Sanborn maps

“Sanborn Maps were originally created for assessing fire insurance liability in  many areas  of the United States. The maps include detailed information regarding town and building information in approximately 12,000 U.S. towns and cities from 1867 to 1970. They are  a very useful resource for historical research, planning, preservation and  genealogical research.” From Dan Tate´s blog.

Louis Reith

Relief for Aanschouw yb Louis Reith. His calendar. Tangram is king.

tchmo / landscape

Prints by Tchmo / Australia, Canada.

Ulla Saar’s houses

Two houses by Ulla Saar. One from Detroit, one from Tallinn. Atem books.

Altered magazines

Yi-Hsin Tzeng about her magazine project (2009-): “They are too beautiful to be believed; they are too perfect to be trusted. They are so affected that I want to make fun of them. No matter how much luxurious clothing we put on, we still cannot hide our true faces.” Available from this website. Compare to Poster Boys’  billboard modifications .

Merijn Hos

Illustrations and paperworks by Merijn Hos.

ZebraTing

Hopefully, there will be more works from ‘ZebraTing’ in the streets soon. Slightly progressive and real.

Matthew Woodson – ghostCo

Matthew Woodson’s strong drawings. The solo images are even better than the multiples.

Are you in the dark place

From the series “Are you in the dark place…” (2010) by Gabi Deutsch / Switzerland.

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