Ing & John’s Street Art & The International Street Art Part 15
The Halsey Street Festival, Part 2, Thursday, September 19, 2019,
On Halsey Street between Bleaker Street and New Street, Downtown Newark, New Jersey, USA
John Watts demonstrated pottery,
Ing’s Peace Project, Ing & Johns Artwork,
A lot of Merchants, Food, Music and Fashion Show
Photographs by Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts
More people came to enjoy the activities that The Halsey Street Festival presented. I brought my Peace Poster offering to the participants of the festival to express their thought on “What does Peace mean to You?” or to them.
Thanks to this person who was willingly to record her thoughts on Peace.
John started his performance with a pottery demonstration.
People love to take John’s pictures as he is making his magic pottery.
I love the way John produced his pottery or anybody who can have control and discipline enough to achieve making beautiful objects. I love to work with clay making my sculptures where I do not have to follow the rule and be well disciplined. One of these days I am going to ask Master John to teach me how to throw on the wheel and produce the controlled pottery.
More people were interested in recording their Peace comments on my Peace Poster.
People seemed to enjoy taking pictures and watching John demonstrate pottery.
It is so lovely to see a mother holding her child, who shows the happiness and comfort of being embraced by his mother with joy.
“Miss. Newark, New Jersey”, stopped her tour to write her comments about Peace.
Beautiful flowers and beautiful people made the atmosphere of the festival vibrant and Peaceful. This is the kind of harmony we need when people get together to celebrate life. (No Fighting, No Conflict and No More Wars)
Please continue to view The Halsey Street Festival Part 3
Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts and John Watts, Sunday, February 2, 2020
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Streetart360, TOP 100 Urban Art 2019, Toronto Light Festival,
Ing & John’s Street Art & International Street Art Part 16
International Street Art Part 16
Published on : January 2, 2020 Published by : laurent jacquet
TOP 100 Urban Art 2019 – Best artworks and street artists of the year P 1 & 2
We’re at the beginning of 2020 and its time for the Streetart360 team to do a retrospective on the most beautiful urban art murals painted in 2019. We’ve selected 100 murals from around the world, some by renown artists and others by new talents. We based our selection on the number of likes and shares they have received on the StreetArt360 social network pages (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest) Please use the comment section to give us your feed back and remember to visit the artists social networks or websites. Thanks for sharing this Top 100. We wish you all the best for 2020.
2. SimpleG in Athens, Greece
SimpleG links: Website | Behance | Youtube | Instagram | Facebook page – Photo: John Spinoulas
3. Nick Napoletano in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
photo: Dave Lee
Nick Napoletano links: Website | Instagram | Facebook
4. Owen Dippie in Los Angeles, CA, USA
photo: Impermanent Art.
Owen Dippie links: Website | Instagram | Facebook
7. Saype in Decazeville, France
Saype links: Website | Instagram | Facebook page
9. JEKS in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
JEKS links: Instagram
10. Federico Zenobi aka Kor1 in Marotta, Italy
Kor1 links: Website | Instagram | Facebook page
Federico Zenobi aka Kor1
14. Noe Two in Havana, Cuba
Noe Two links: Website | Instagram | Facebook page
15. Sef in Buenos Aires, Argentina
photo: Agustin Silva.
Sef links: Instagram
19. El Mac in Los Angeles, CA, USA
El Mac links: Instagram | Facebook page
26. Xi de Sign aka Die Dixons in Berlin, Germany
photo: Jörn Reiners.
Die Dixons links: Website | Instagram | Facebook page
28. Sonny Sundancer in Johannesburg, South Africa
Sonny Sundancer links: Youtube | Instagram | Facebook page
31. Fanakapan in Berlin, Germany
photo: Nika Kramer
Fanakapan links: Instagram | Facebook page
40. Chisme in Benaguasil, Valencia
Asier: Instagram | Facebook page
MUS: Instagram | Facebook page
Chisme in Valencia
Local and International Artists Produce 21 Light Installations For the Inaugural Toronto Light Festival
February 10, 2017 Kate Sierzputowski
Images via Thane Lucas/Toronto Light Festival
Set within a district of Victorian industrial buildings, the Toronto Light Festival is a free 45-day festival occurring during this year’s winter months as a way to creatively draw the city’s inhabitants out of their homes. Featuring 21 diverse light installations built by local and international artists and thousands of glowing bulbs, the festival covers a total of 13 acres in the city’s Distillery District. Installations range from a series of lit figures appearing to jump from the roof of one of the historic buildings to two red, geometric cats prowling an included alleyway, with several multi-colored works in-between.
You can catch Toronto’s first ever light art festival until March 12, or follow the festival on Instagram to catch snapshots of the glowing installations.
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