:flying messages ~

I saw one picture from this creative couple(?) this morning and I just decide to google bit more. Yes, great idea, great realization as well. Very funny, satiric, ironic way to show ur hidden thoughts and conclusions.

[from mymodernmet]
Artistic duo Anna Gray and Ryan Wilson Paulsen use basic black text on white paper to convey their often comical messages relating to a wide variety of topics. The written works range from social commentary to self-reflective statements. The two-year-long 100 Posterworks project takes a straightforward black and white photography series with an equally simple concept, involving two deadpan subjects holding a banner, and manages to transform it into a really amusing collection of artistic reflection with a healthy dose of humor.

:babies on d road ~

We speak urban, we create urban, we act urban. We go viral. ..will we change d history of art. No, it’s not question, we’re changing d definition for art in every way. What is interesting for d white blog is this new project by Mark Jenkins.

He is Washington DC based street artist known for placing various objects/ sculptures made from tape all around d city landscape. “The Storker Project” is a project where he’s placing plastic tape babies in abnormal locations and having appeared as far as Poland, Brazil Portugal, Italy, New York, and more.

he is not d first one who is doin this on street but this babies are very funny and with nice form indeed. they remind me of d babies in Prague, just smaller and easier for transport and installing. I first time met this artist and I saw pretty nice portfolio, street adore him.


!mostly he fits d street environment, brought to Us one very important social message and push for changes, fixing things, understanding d communication with his babies. .. u like them? u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page