1. Happiness Here Street Art by The Mazeking

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    This video features "Happiness Here" interactive street art. On this day artist The Mazeking did a public installation of seven "Happiness Here" spaces in Washington Square Park in New York City. This video simply offers a glimpse into the various forms of interaction people have when encountering "Happiness Here" art. At this time the artist has done over 185 Happiness Here works throughout the world in cites including NYC, Chicago, Baltimore, Jersey City, and Paris, France. and over a million people have interacted with "Happiness Here" public artwork installations. Artist Website: http://www.themazeking.com

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    • RedArt 3d Street Art Time Lapse

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      Created for Rockwool, this 6m 3d Street Art was created by www.streetadvertisingservices.com to promote the launch of their new insulation product, RedArt

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      • Sidewalk Art Project 2012

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        AP Euro students showed off their creative skills this week! Tasked with demonstrating their understanding of art from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Ms. Oase's stellar 2nd period created these masterpieces with sidewalk chalk in under 60 minutes. Can you identify the artistic techniques and the contextual clues that made this period a "rebirth" of culture?

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        • Chalk it Up Sacramento

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          Two lovely days of checking out the beginning and finished chalk art projects,.

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          • The Urban Field Glass Project New York

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            Two engineered viewing devices were installed on two sidewalks in Brooklyn and New York in September, 2011. The stereoscopic viewers, which look like public sightseeing binoculars each contain images of the past and future of the site at which they stand. The future images are created by members of the community through an open call and the historical images are taken from archives. All locations comprise interstital, unused lots, architectural squandrels, leftover spaces. These works sit at non-tourist areas of the city.

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            • More from Bandersnatch

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              this artist appears in numerous parts of my neighborhood, including the Western Addition and The Haight.

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              • World Yacht Racing 3d Street Art

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                • GERALD HANNERS-CEMENT SHOES

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                  TITLE: "Cement Shoes" ALL INSTRUMENTS: Gerald Hanners WRITER: Gerald Hanners (c) Plains Media Publishing VIDEO: A collection of unusual murals and graffiti art. This is a basic garage band instrumental.

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                  • GERALD HANNERS-BY GEORGE

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                    TITLE: "By George" ALL INSTRUMENTS: Gerald Hanners WRITER: Gerald Hanners (c) Plains Media Publishing VIDEO: A few examples of Urban Art from around the world The song is in the "Tex-Mex" style of the Fireballs and the "surf" style of the Ventures and the Champs. The staccato guitar style was common in the '50s and '60s. The term "Tex-Mex" was sometimes used to describe the music of Texas artists who recorded at the Norman Petty Studios in Clovis, New Mexico in the Rock & Roll years. The video includes a sampling of "public" art from around the world. It is in different styles and forms and is known by a variety of names. It is usually called graffiti, murals, street art, urban art, stencil art, guerilla art or sidewalk art. It is usually happy but sometimes sad and almost always colorful. It can be seen in countries around the world which suggests that people would much rather make "art" than to make war. For more "art" examples also see the video "Cement Shoes" by Gerald Hanners.

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                    • Geometry + Art at nex+Gen Sidewalk Art Show

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                      Students at nex+Gen Academy created sidewalk chalk reproductions of geometric pieces by famous artists. Under the guidance of art teacher Camilla Haneberg and geometry teacher Arren Buck, the sophomores worked in groups to create enlarged reproductions using chalk on the sidewalks behind the school. They prepared for this assignment by researching and writing about the artists and studying the European tradition of sidewalk painting. Students applied geometric principles such as composition to recreate the pieces, as well as art skills such as blending and color matching. The art was featured during the school's open house on Tuesday, Sept. 27. https://sites.google.com/a/aps.edu/nex-gen/

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