Tag Archive for paintings

LaBel Valette – 100 street artists are investing an abandoned castle (27 pics)

As part of the LaBel Valette Festival, 100 street artists are investing the French domaine La Valette, in Pressigny-les-Pins, consisting of a castle, a chapel and two three-storey dormitory buildings, together representing more than 10 000 square meters of walls to paint! We already talked about the LaBel Valette Festival with the impressive creation of Okuda on the facade of the castle , and I propose you today to discover some of the works created by the artists! On the menu: Eddie Colla, Matthieu Dagorn, Theo Lopez, Tuco, Noty Aroz, Niark1 and so on.

Organized by  Urban Art Paris and scheduled for Spring 2018, the  LaBel Valette Festival will offer for three days an event combining street art, music, conferences, workshops or live paintings.

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LaBel Valette – 100 street artists are investing an abandoned castle (27 pics)

When famous paintings suffer the heat wave (8 pics)

What if famous works of art suffered the heat wave? What if museums’ controlled environments could no longer protect paintings from the perverse effects of global warming? With his  Hot Exhibition series, designer  Alder Dostal  is having fun cutting off the air conditioning of large museums, offering the works of Mondrian, Magritte, Picasso or Van Gogh to intense heat, melting the paintings and colors of these emblematic works…

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When famous paintings suffer the heat wave (8 pics)

Special Lanes for Ducks (4 pics)

The Canal & River Trust is a charity association that deals with animals’ protection. In order to protect ducks from the busy waterways and walkers, in England and Wales, they’ve imagined ducks lanes, near the bicycles lanes, traced by white paint and showing a bird silhouette.

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Special Lanes for Ducks (4 pics)