David Zinn is an artist from Ann Arbor, Michigan who is known for leaving anonymous work on sidewalks, under rocks, and in other unexpected places. As David strolls the city, he looks for features of the streetscape – unusually shaped cracks in the pavement or chunks of brick missing from retaining walls – to use in his drawings of whimsical, mischievous little creatures. Featured below are some of his best works, but if you really would like to support his work, check out his book on Amazon.
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3 thoughts on “Funny And Clever 3D Chalk Street Art by David Zinn”
Is extraordinary. The color matching on the grass and leaves is unbelievable. All these are impressive.
This is really great stuff.
Love all of them.