"Watch Before You Step In This Elevator" by Andrew Walker to trick mall-goers at London’s Southside Shopping Centre by installing a of a giant hole at the floor of the elevator to promote Alton Towers Resort's new Nemesis Sub-Terra ride.
These trucks are a great example of how to push traditional advertising and make it something fresh and eye-catching. I think this might be concept work rather than actual ads, but the idea could be a great way to utilize semis, buses, and more.
Pinner wrote: That third one down. that piece (the original at least) was the first artwork we looked at in my very first art history class. Art started as paint on the walls. (I wish I could see these art pieces in person.
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I love it when artists play with nature in their work. In particular I have a thing for that kind of art that puts nature into a different perspective and makes you look at it in another way. A selection of artists have done exactly.
Lego Street Art inspired by Terracotta Army of Qin Shi Huang. Amazing street painting created by Leon Keer, Ruben Poncia, Remko van Schaik, and Peter Westerink during the Sarasota chalk festival in Florida.
Potatoes growing out of the ceiling in a tunnel. It's an ad by Lays: 'our potatoes are grown closer than you may think.' Could be an interesting street art concept, hanging growing stuff in subway tunnels etc.