Ing & John’s and International Street Art – Part 9 & 10 and Thisiscolossal,

Ing and John’s Street Art, Downtown Newark, New Jersey, USA- Part 9: Kai, The Artist, and Ing and John’s Artwork

International Street Art – Part 10 – Thisiscolossal: Giant Starling Mural in Berlin by Collin van der Sluijs and Super A, Guerilla Murals by Fintan Magee, Timeless Murals by MonkeyBird Are Inspired by Mythology and Alchemy

Ing & John’s Street Art and International Street Art-Part 9

Ing and John’s Street Art, Downtown Newark, New Jersey, USA- Part 9

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

September 5 & 6, 2019

Photographs and Poems by Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts

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

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

I have a better chance to learn human behavior and development from our grandson than our only daughter when she was young.  This was because we were so busy with working and now, we have more time to observe our grandson’s interaction with other children, including his behavior as a baby and his progress up to now.

I am done, Grandma!

Time to run

And have fun

Catch me

If you can

Run Grandma run

Fun, fun, fun

You can’t catch me!

It’s great fun to

Run, run, run

Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts, Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Once upon a time!!!

The cat in the hat!!!

Micky & Mini!!!

Bert and Ernie!!!

Cookie monster!!!

No!  No!  No! Grandpa!!!

I want the other one!

Which one do you want my grandson?

Do you want green eggs and ham?

No!  No!  No! Grandpa!!!

I want the Rubert and the Magic Dragon

O.K.  O.K.!!!

That is my favorite too!!!

Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts, Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Hi! Mr. Kai!

How are you?

Hello Mr. Snake!

I am fine

Thank you

How are you, Mr. Snake?

I miss you Kai

I was alone in the box last night!

Can I kiss you?

No! You might bite me!

I am not going to bite you

See! I have no teeth

I only have long tongue to smell you

OK! You can kiss me

And you are going to sleep with me tonight

Can I hug you Kai?

Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts, Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Swing, Swing!!!

Grandma!!!  See!!!  My snake is flying!!!

Swing, Swing!!!

I better swing it back on my shoulder

Come on Snake!!!

You are my best friend now

Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts, Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Emerging Cinderella from pink flower     Modified Artwork by Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts

Vincent van Gogh admiring  flowers Artwork by Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts

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Ing & John’s Street Art and International Street Art-Part 9

Ing & John’s Street Art and International Street Art-Part 10

International Street Art – Part 10

Giant Starling Mural in Berlin by Collin van der Sluijs and Super A

August 14, 2016  Christopher Jobson

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All photos © Nika Kramer/Urban Nation

Netherlands-based artists Super A (previously) and Collin van der Sluijs (previously) teamed up earlier this year to paint this phenomenal mural titled Starling on the side of a residential building in Berlin. The 137-foot-tall mural piece depicts a large bird whose ornate chest is comprised of a dense patchwork of glistening jewels and plants. Starling was created at the invitation of Urban Nation as part of the One Wall Mural Project. All photos by Nika Kramer. (via StreetArtNews, BerlijnBlog.nl, Urban Nation)

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? Guerilla Murals by Fintan Magee

February 25, 2014  Christopher Jobson

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When looking at these murals by Brisbane artist Fintan Magee they seem almost impossible to contain. Literally dripping with color, his bold images often bleed off the canvas and spill onto the street or sidewalk, fully utilizing every available surface, as if maybe even that isn’t enough. Via Analogue/Digital:

Moving away from traditional graffiti in recent years his guerilla murals often inhabit the isolated, abandoned and broken corners of the city. Mixing surreal and figurative imagery his paintings are deeply integrated with the urban environment and explore themes of waste, consumption, loss and transition and contain a sentimentality and softness influenced by children’s books.

His most recent piece (top) was just completed in Toowoomba, a city in South-East Queensland, Australia. You can see much more of his work on his website, and on Instagram. (via StreetArtNews)

Timeless Murals by MonkeyBird Are Inspired by Mythology and Alchemy

October 1, 2019  Laura Staugaitis

The anonymous artist duo MonkeyBird creates large-scale paintings of black-and-white cross contour depictions of mythical animals accented in gold. Most MonkeyBird artworks incorporate a humanoid monkey and bird, which represent “the two faces of humankind, the monkey being the realist, and the bird being a dreamer,” according to Paris-based 5Art Gallery. Old-world details like classical architecture, timekeeping devices, and weight scales add to the timeless look of the pair’s paintings. MonkeyBird’s members bring training in graphic design, as well as object and industrial design to their artistic aesthetic, which can be seen in their clean, technique-driven stenciling.

Based in Bordeaux, France, MonkeyBird travels widely to create outdoor murals as well as indoor installations. They’ll be working in Moscow from October 2 to the 11th. Follow along with MonkeyBird’s newest projects on Instagram, and pick up a limited edition print in their online store. (via Hi-Fructose)

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