For six straight days, street artist Leon Keer worked on a chalk drawing that included images of childhood attic objects (like old teddy bears and a baby doll) laying on the floor, and a big hole leading to an underground city. All of this was colored on the wood floor of an exhibition room in […]
These are various chalkboard drawings by Chris Yoon, who has worked for clients like stationery representatives Daniel Richards and Mediterranean restaurant Colbeh. See also: “Messages on Chalkboards,” and “Getting Creative with Chalk.”
Street artist Philippe Baudelocque uses chalk to illustrate these unique and complex patterned murals. You can view some of his part work here.
Belgian studio Soon has made a promotional stop-motion video for Twixl media. The clip is an interesting watch because it is fully typographic and illustrated with chalk by Kelly De Ceuninck, and Pieter Vanhoutte. Additionally, it has been creatively directed by Jim Van Raemdonck, and typography and art direction by Lee Skinner. See also: “Getting […]
Last year, I featured Eduardo Releroâ€™s anamorphic chalk art, and now you can view his latest work here.
Rustam Valeev is only twenty-one years old, and already a very talented chalk artist.
Inspired by Caravaggio and Rembrandt,Â Gregor Wosik paints elaborate murals and anamorphic images on the ground.
For the 4th Sarasota Chalk Festival, artists Leon Keer, Ruben Poncia, Remko van Schaik and Peter Westerink made a three-dimensional drawing on the ground that was inspired by the Terracotta Army. View more art by Leon Keer within post.
The amazing chalk art of Eduardo Relero. Warning: This post may contain sexual references. Viewer discretion is advised.
For fifteenth anniversary ofÂ VIB (a life sciences research institute), design studio Coming Soon envisioned the full branding for their special event, which included over 200 chalk drawings.