Timelapse video of artist Patrick Vale drawing the view of the Manhattan skyline from the Empire State Building.
Music - Moanin’ by Charles Mingus
Did your mother ever tell you to leave the world a little better than you found it? Mine did. And I’m assuming the mothers of the people behind the Let’s Colour Project did too.
This worldwide initiative believes in the power of color and is committed to making a positive difference in people’s lives by transforming grey spaces into colorful ones. With a palette consisting of 120 different colors, this program encourages communities all over the world to roll up their sleeves and transform their town.
The below video was filmed by multi-award winning director Adam Berg over four weeks in Brazil, France, London and India. Every location is real. Every person a real life paint-rolling enthusiast. Get inspired. And then head out into the world and leave it a little better than you found it.
Check out this super amazing video all about their work here.
If you were to take street art, add LED lights and water guns, then you’d collectively come up with the coolest art project I’ve seen in a while. Water Light Graffiti is a project that started in Poitiers, France in July by creative genius Antonin Fourneau and his friends at Digitalarti Artlab. Basically they cover a surface in LED lights that light up when they come in contact with a secret ingredient…water. It doesn’t matter if you’re five or fifty, this is considered cool all across the age board. Check out the rest of the photos here.