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Road Art: pavement, walls anything unusually artistic by chance or intent!

Michael Nagel

Active member

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walls anything unusually artistic by chance or intent!
As you are speaking louder:

The title says Road Art.

Why do I have a hard time imagining a road through your living room or garage?

Usually title and heading serve both as definition.


Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief

Isn’t there a movie poster like that with bicycle flying in the night sky?


Michael Bagel: “Hell’s Moms”

Was that movie, “Mary Poppins” or was it something else?


Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief

These are stunning and the artist are talented but presumably different people.


I have so much delight that this second one is in the street, not hidden and so bright, well detailed, full of definition and complete form that gives a sense of rebellion and demands for renewal!

Here the artist seems like a Biblical Prophet, awakening the people to action and redemption from bliss!


Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Great talent, captured here, Jérôme!

I wouldn’t have thought to look at the photograph in larger size without your remark that it’s 3 dimensional.

I hope you don’t mind but I have enlarged the center to more easily show the surprisingly “everyday elements” of the impressive sculpture!


Jerome Marot: Street 3D Art Photograph
Center from post # 1 above enlarged

Very cleverly fabricated. What are the whiskers made of? Do you think it’s a metal likecaluminum or did tgecdobit out of plywood or even fiberglass?


Jerome Marot

Well-known member
The whiskers look like reused material. They have square ondulations, like corrugated metal or plastic used in roofing. You can see a bit better on the picture below:

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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
That’s helpful.


Yes, indeed! They do appear to be cut from this kind of galvanized steel sheet with right-angled corrugations used for floors in buildings with steel or concrete columns.

So the work you show is exceptionally well fabricated. The artist has a great sense of 3D space!


Fabulous catch on your part. Is this near your usual haunts? Try to find out the creators identity. This is really worth following!