Philippe Echaroux is a French photographer and street artist who is known for his unique portraits. While most artists use bomb sprays to create their street arts, the 34-year-old takes his masterpieces to a whole new level. He calls his work, “Street Art 2.0.”
When someone says “street art,” people would automatically imagine some sketches on the wall or the ground. However, Philippe wasn’t kidding when he said that his creations are the “2.0” versions of street art. So instead of painting the wall and ground, he projects his portraits at a large scale.
Check out his amazing light projection portraits in Central Park.
Using trees as his canvass, Philippe created incredible portraits in Central Park using light projections. The street artist explained that he chose the urban park in Manhattan, New York City, as his location for two reasons. First, it’s a total opposite of the Amazonian Rainforest, where he did the world’s first art form of this kind deep down the rainforest with the Surui Tribe. And second, he wanted to bring something new to NYC.
“When you think about New York, you think of an iconic place where everything has already been done and seen. As an artist, my role is to try to create something new. Try to be innovative where we think it’s impossible. Here, it was a huge personal challenge.”
The talented artist chose human faces for his light projection exhibition. He previously shared that he wanted to illustrate that when we cut down a tree, it’s like taking down a man. Philippe added that he found it interesting that unlike in the Amazonian Rainforest where nature surrounded the people, people surrounded nature in Central Park. With that in mind, he believed that Manhattan’s favorite hotspot was the perfect venue for his latest project.
Do you prefer Philippe Echaroux’ street art projects than the typical graffiti? Let us know in the comments section below!
10 Bug Bites You Need To Identify This Summer
Prepare for the great outdoors and possible bug attacks!
Summer is here and so are all the little insects with the nasty bites. There is little doubt that bug bites are common during summer since people are usually outdoors. While it is possible to avoid an encounter with the creepy crawlies, it is still a good idea to learn about different bug bites and know the first aid they require.
Bug bites can be painful and might also transmit dangerous diseases. Luckily, you can identify the sting or bite on sight and can get appropriate remedy.
#1. Hornet is very dangerous due to its aggressive nature.
A hornet's sting will lead to redness, swelling and possible blistering due to the histamine and acetylcholine in their poison. In addition to that, the victim will feel immediate pain. Go straight for the hospital if the victim goes cold and is having trouble breathing....
Teen Makes Money With Pics Of Dog On Instagram After Friends Complained On Facebook
His Facebook friends got “sick” of seeing their pics. Now his pet is an Instagram star!
Who needs friends when you have a dog? Especially when your four-legged pet doesn’t only make you happy but also brings in the cash for you. This is what happened to James Power who started an Instagram account for his photogenic pooch after friends complained of seeing his posts on Facebook.
James may only be 15 years old but he is already earning up to £500 ($588.00 USD approx.) a month. Thanks to his adorable golden labrador Marley, the teen now boasts over 19,000 followers and has been approached by big pet brands.
Just like most Instagram stars, Marley is getting paid to pose with products on the popular social media platform. The cute dog, who was born October last year, has been featured on Pedigree, Tails.com, and Top Collar.
James Power estimates that he earns around £500 per month from top animal brands featuring Marley.
Jamaican Woman Claims $180 Million Lottery Winnings Wearing An Emoticon Mask
There is more to the emoticon mask apart from reflecting what she feels!
Superheroes are not the only ones who wear a mask to protect their identity. Sometimes, regular people must wear one to conceal to the public who they really are, especially if they are lottery winners!
A woman from Jamaica, who is only identified as N Gray, was presented to the media recently as she claimed her Super Lotto jackpot win. In order to protect her identity, however, the woman came up with one smart move: she wore an emoji mask. After all, winning $180 million Jamaican dollars may probably put her life and those of her family members in jeopardy if everyone knows who she really is.
Apart from concealing her identity, the smiling and winking emoji mask of the new instant millionaire also provided delight to the attendees of the media presentation.
Hence, when the woman was presented to the members of Jamaican media to claim her winnings, she had no qualms about posing before the clicking cameras as she held a giant check representing her lottery winnings. Surely, the joy she was experiencing that moment went beyond the smiling and winking emoji mask....