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Funny street art by David Zinn

Funny street art by David Zinn. Captain Gloucester Leafraft hires

Captain Gloucester Leafraft hires. Funny street art by David Zinn

Funny street art by David Zinn
Self-taught street artist David Zinn draws nice and cute creatures on the walls and pavements, uplifting passers-by. The artworks performed in a simple technique, but look very lively and realistic. These small windows into the fairy-tale world make urban spaces more positive and comfortable. Despite the fact that David Zinn never studied fine art, he creates moving pictures, instantly eye-catching. The author skillfully works with the prospect, so that men and animals in his works appear three-dimensional. Funny street art fascinates with its dynamics – all the characters involved in drawing are doing some action.

Bump in the day hires. Funny street art by American self-taught artist David Zinn

Bump in the day hires. Funny street art by American self-taught artist David Zinn

Like many artists who create in the style of street art, David Zinn uses elements of urban spaces to make them a part of his work. Poles, fences, street lamps and manhole covers take on a new face and begin to entertain residents. The artist draws his funny creatures not only in his hometown Michigan, but during travels, he tries to leave his amazing street drawings in new places, thus giving new beautiful look to the streets.

David Zinn uses chalk, charcoal and found objects for his improvised pictures. David graduated from the Residential College of the University of Michigan specializing in Creative Writing and English Language. According to his website “About me” page, he is also an avid whistler, a haphazard ukulele player, and a dutiful shirker.

Funny street art by David Zinn

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