Street art by David Zinn (35 photos)

20 March 2017
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Self-taught American artist David Zinn creates funny but, alas, short-lived street drawings using charcoal and crayons. They can mostly be found on the streets of Ann Arbor, Michigan, but occasionally they are found in other places, for example, on a New York subway platform in Manhattan, or at a construction waste dump in the Sonoran Desert.

According to the author, each of these works is a kind of improvisation, which is realized directly on the spot and requires only good spatial imagination and a sense of humor. And I must admit, David almost always successfully plays with the features of the surrounding landscape, all these cracks in the asphalt, chipped bricks, garbage cans and fencing elements. As a result, the artist manages not only to create witty scenes involving funny and touching animals, but also to maintain the full effect of a three-dimensional illusion for the viewer.

David Zinn began his professional career in 1987, working as a designer and illustrator in commercial advertising, and in 2001 he began to express himself as a street artist, depicting his characters on the walls and sidewalks of his hometown. In 2013, David published the book “Lost & Unfounded: Street Art by David Zinn,” which included a series of his best works in the genre of street art.




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