A Common Name, Geode Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

The Precious Streets of Los-Angeles..

While browsing the blog One More the other day (a great blog mixing fashion, interior, design and art.. just as I like!), I discovered the genius Street Art Project of an artist from Los-Angeles called A Common Name that I really ought to share with you! The artist created 3D paper sculptures representing geodes, crystal, quartz, or other precious mineral formations which she then put a bit everywhere in the streets of Los-Angeles, in places like holes of buildings or pipes. The artist explains that she wanted to “beautify urban settings” with “unexpected treasures” for people in the streets and what she enjoys is the fact that many people will actually not notice these sculptures, but that a few astuce people will. I find the whole idea so fun and happy.. and the sculptures are all so beautiful (and non destructive for the city). Watch it out.. the girl is a genius (read more about her project here)!

A Common Name, Urban Geodes Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

A Common Name, Urban Geodes Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

A Common Name, Urban Geodes Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

A Common Name, Urban Geodes Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

A Common Name, Urban Geodes Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

A Common Name, Urban Geodes Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

A Common Name, Urban Geodes Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

A Common Name, Urban Geodes Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

A Common Name, Urban Geodes Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

A Common Name, Urban Geodes Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

A Common Name, Urban Geodes Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

A Common Name, Urban Geodes Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

A Common Name, Urban Geode Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

A Common Name, Urban Geode Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

A Common Name, Urban Geode Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

A Common Name, Urban Geode Street Art Project, Los-Angeles

5 thoughts on “The Precious Streets of Los-Angeles..

  1. Anne

    C’est super de nous présenter des oeuvres qu’on aurait peu de chances de découvrir par nous-mêmes, surtout quand elles sont aussi belles !

    Reply

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