Street Artist for Urban Activation of Shared Spaces
One of my main services through street art is looking at urban activation within shared spaces. Making a shared space a more enjoyable experience for the people who have to use it.
When designing for the interaction of people within the space you need to consider a number of angles of how the interaction will be. In general the most obvious is how people will first see the street art and how it functions within the space and how it relates to them individually and as a community.
It is good to study the general pedestrian use and flow of people within the space. From this, you can start to tie in an overall story with the use of street art.
University of Canberra Space Activation
This street art project at the University of Canberra used custom artwork that told a story that flowed from the main feature of a ping pong table.
Sydney Street Party & Street Art
This street art was completed with a 6-hour time frame. It was a live mural painting performance as part of the New Years celebration in Sydney.
The location was on the Cahill Expressway which overlooked Circular Quay facing the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
The street art was at the main entrance where thousands of people passed on the night. The street art was sued to help create an atmosphere of cerebration within the space.
Woden Town Square Activation
Urban Activation near School
This electrical box outside a school in Canberra was a hot spot for graffiti. By creating street art that gave a positive and happy message helped improve the overall urban location.
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