British design graduate Oliver Bishop-Young has come up with an urban art project, called the SkipWaste project, where dumpsters are used in a fun and different way. They are no longer used for trash, but for activities and other amazing art installations. You have dumpsters that work as either a skate ramp, a lawn, a flower bed, a pool, or even a cozy living room.
Nike is a major sportswear that is well-known around the whole world, and you can see almost everywhere that Nike shoes and sneakers are popular and one of the most worn shoe brand of our time. Recently several artists have used Nike shoes as inspiration for their work.
Young talented artist Antoinette J. Citizen has decorated a normal room to look like the first level from the Nintendo game Super Mario Bros. It contains all the bricks, question marks, coins and boxes that you can find in the real game. The boxes are in 3D, and the background that would be the room’s walls are pixelated so it looks like you are in the middle of a real Mario game, and to complete it all – the room is installed with sound effects
Powerhouse Gym has made creative advertisements where they have used huge posters of bodybuilders in action. The posters are placed near city construction works so it looks like the bodybuilders are pulling up real cranes and pushing up building walls.
Erika Iris Simmons also known as “Iri5″ is an artist that has used only film and cassette tapes to create portraits of famous people. Her work was mentioned in a previous article where she created among others Bob Dylan and Jim Morrison. She started with this kind of art when she pulled out a tape string and it reminded her of Jimi Hendrixcks hair.