Ing and John’s Street Art and International Street Art

Ing and John’s Street Art, Downtown Newark, New Jersey, USA

On Monday, August 28, 2019 John added his artwork to the display.  John’s artwork is on the far left, “Impossible Dreamer”.  “Gandhi Man of Peace”, in the middle is my artwork, which I produced in 2010.  The far right is John’s artwork “Beneath the Lake”.  Thanks to John Watts, my husband, for helping to display the artwork in a better presentation.

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International Street Art

New Works from Banksy at the The Jungle Refugee Camp in Calais

Seth | ‘Jack in the Box’ | Østerbro 41 | Aalborg | Denmark

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Ing & John’s Street Art and International Street Art-Part 3

Ing & John’s Street Art – Part 3

Ing and John’s Street Art, Downtown Newark, New Jersey, USA- Part 3

I am very happy to have an opportunity to display our artworks in public.  There were people asking some questions about our artwork.  Some people took pictures of our artwork.   It seems to be a positive reaction from the people who view them.  People comment about the beautiful plants and unique artwork.

Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts and John Watts, Tuesday, October 22, 2019

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Ing and John’s Street Art and International Street Art-Part 4

International Street Art – Part 4

The Audubon Mural Project Attracts 314 Endangered Birds to the Facades of Manhattan

Figures of Birds Emerge from a Kinetic Flurry of Spray Paint

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Ing & John’s Street Art and International Street Art-Part 5

Kai, The Artist, and Ing and John’s Artwork

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Photographs and Poem by Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts

Kai, our grandson, who love to do painting.  He volunteers to do artwork in front our shop.

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Ing and John’s Street Art and International Street Art-Part 6

International Street Art – Part 6

David Zinn

sluggo and reluctant steed

drinking with sluggo

David Zinn has been creating original artwork in and around Ann Arbor, Michigan since 1987. For more than twenty years, he freelanced for a wide variety of commercial clients while simultaneously sneaking “pointless” art into the world at large. His professional commissions included theatrical posters, business logos, educational cartoons, landfill murals, environmental superheroes, corporate allegories and hand-painted dump trucks, and his less practical creations involved bar coasters, restaurant placemats, cake icing, and snow. Now, thanks to the temptations of a box of sidewalk chalk on an unusually sunny day, Mr. Zinn is known all over the world for the art he creates under his feet.

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Kai, The Artist, and Ing and John’s Artwork

September 3 & 4, 2019

Photographs by Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts

Kai, The Artist our grandson, who just turned four years old.

Kai, the Jackson Pollock wanna be.

Left:        Midnight – John Watts’ Artwork

Middle: Vincent van Gogh and his letters to his brother  – Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts’ Artwork

Right:    Homage to the Dragon – John Watts’ Artwork

Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts and John Watts, Saturday, November 30, 2019

The link of International Street Art – Part 7

Ing & John’s Street Art and International Street Art-Part 8

International Street Art – Part 8

Murals of Greek Gods Rendered Against a Chaotic Backdrop of Graffiti by Pichi & Avo,

Since first collaborating in 2007, Spanish street art duo Pichi & Avo (previously) have created an intriguing blend of traditional graffiti and renderings of mythological figures influenced by ancient Greek sculpture. The precision, shading, and use of color is all that more impressive considering each piece is painted only with spray paint. Pichi & Avo open their first exhibition in Italy titled Urban IconoMythology later this week at Basement Project Room. You can see more of their work here. (via Illusion, Graff Crew, UrbaNNerding, I Support Street Art)

Crumbling Buildings and Graffiti-Covered Walls Are Meticulously Documented in Oil Paintings by Jessica Hess

Oakland-based painter Jessica Hess documents landscapes and built environments in moments of transition. Combining open skies and lush plant life with crumbling walls and frayed rebar, Hess finds equivalency in growth and decay. The artist, who works in oil paint, shoots photos while exploring abandoned locales, and uses these real-life references to build her carefully framed worlds on canvas.

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