I’m always happy to see my love of street art combining with my love of geekdom, so I had to share this pipe spout shooting out pixelated water.
Photo from nickgraywfu
Check out this cool piece of disruptive realism in the Netherlands. I’ll be visiting the Hague in two weeks, so maybe I’ll have see some more Dutch street to post about.
Via 24 oranges
Last week I posted about “moss graffiti” and how it is made. It looks like the movement’s foremost artist, Mosstika, has been making quite a splash recently. Both Beautiful Crime and Wooster Collective also have posts on Mosstika today.
Beautiful Crime points out that Mosstika is a great example of Disruptive Realism, a term coined by David Hoffer. According to Hoffer, “Disruptive Realism is an expression presented in an everyday context that disrupts peoples perceptions about different things.”
And of course, Wooster Collective’s Q&A with Mosstika is well worth reading.