If you are in the U.S. in August, Everyhere Logistics will be bringing an art installation to a city near you. Every Saturday 12 box trucks, 6 from the west coast and 6 from the east, will be delivering interactive art performances/installations in box trucks to cities throughout the U.S.
Fraley’s Robot Repair was originally an art installation by Toby Atticus Fraley. The installation ran for 17 months in Pittsburgh’s Cultural District. Fraley now has a KickStarter to build a new installation, Robot Repair Shop, in the Pittsburgh International Airport.
I am absolutely loving the paintings of Conor Harrington. Living somewhere between street art and more “traditional” painting, Harrington’s artwork combines character and controlled styles from the 17th-18th centuries with vibrant color and free-flowing movement found in the street art of today.
Martin Heuwold aka MEGX, has a knack for transforming uninteresting or abandoned urban structures into something spectacular. First up are some installations where MEGX transforms vacant storefronts into an expression on the opposite nature of vacant (dead) and occupied (living) storefronts.
It has been a while since I last looked at the artwork of Brian Dettmer. Dettmer is still breathing new life into old, antiquated books and transforming them into new works of art.