I recently came across this idea and I hope to be able to try it sometime soon.
Imagine an art form that uses living, respiring material; an art form that creates mini eco-systems in often complex and beautiful patterns. It changes the face of urban landscapes and redefines the term “urban jungle.” It breathes life anew.
Welcome to the world of green graffiti –
Put in blender: one can of cheap beer (or 1 1/2 cups buttermilk), a few handfuls of moss, one teaspoon of sugar. Paint on wall and mist daily until it grows.
Jessica Nebel bring us a poster with an alterable structure to display messages – a visually professional and attention grabbing alternative to messy blackboard writings.“Pixel It” consists of two layers of paper. Cuts on the white outer layer allow the user to fold parts out and therefore create a “Pixel-Structure” by showing the coloured layer underneath.
From Type For You
Together, we are average
Slovakian artist Roman Ondák’s recent exibition is a piece created by every visitor to pass through the gallery. Participants measure their height against the gallery wall with the name and the date. What emerges is a unifying pattern, the median height becomes so dense individuals fade away, and the pattern of being average burns a line along the wall.
This concept is really interesting to me. We are all part of something bigger…