Celebrating Street Art#WhenInAndaz, gather inspiration from the local art around you. This month, we partnered with Passion Passport to find beautiful pieces of street art around the world shared on Instagram with the hashtag #PPArtAroundYou. The Instagram winners not only captured vibrant photos, but shared information about what made that experience unique. The winning Instagram submissions are: That splash of bold colors energized me the moment I stepped into the narrow strip of…
2. Graffiti is considered art now yet it wasn't considered art during the Renaissance. This exprssive form of art has become more accepted in the modern day era. The accepted art in the Renaissance included religious scenes which is completely opposite of images graffiti artists focus on.
Sleeping Cat Pillow now featured on Fab. in the seamPillows Inspired By Urban Life Ronda J Smith of in the seam mines the streets of major cities for inspiration for her pillows. Her fine art photographs capture every aspect of the concrete jungle—from manhole covers to iconic yellow cabs—and are printed onto cozy cushions handmade in Brooklyn for locals and long distance admirers who “heart” NY
“Inhuman barriers” - Mural painting that addresses the theme of immigration realized for “Cities of hope” in Manchester (UK), in support to the local solidarity group WASP (Women Asylum Seekers Together), 2016. 53°28'52.9"N 2°13'55.7"W