Some creative art to give you a smile in these times that can feel so heavy.
Those of you who have followed Filosofa’s Word for a while know that I LOVE street art! Cute critters and street art are two of my favourite topics for Saturday Surprise and this week I got lucky in finding a new street artist!
Meet David Zinn, an artist from Ann Arbor, Michigan who is well-known for his “ephemeral art,” created on the streets and composed entirely of chalk, charcoal, and random objects found on the premises. Cracks, holes, and small grooves are enough for Zinn to notice the figures they suggest and that’s where he gets most of his inspiration from; his work is done on the go. David has been drawing since 1987, making various quirky chalk-and-charcoal creatures in site-specific areas that helped the drawings wash away with the rain. His professional commissions included theatrical posters, business logos, educational cartoons, landfill murals, environmental superheroes, corporate allegories and hand-painted dump…
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