Bulgarian artist Christo Güell and pedestrian crossings

Bulgarian artist Christo Güell decided to turn boring and monotonous Madrid pedestrian crossings in real works of urban art. Now they just can not miss!

The gray and featureless colors of city streets often throws the residents of cities is now discouraged because so often we want to see around them more vivid, lively colors.

Bulgarian artist Christo Güell and pedestrian crossings

Christo project was named Funnycross (from the English word «funny» – «fun» and «cross» – «cross”), and its essence is to add a bit of bright colors in the grayness of the urban environment. Using simple geometric shapes and rich colors of paint, Hristo turned ordinary zebra in an object that any motorist would be difficult not to notice.

Bulgarian artist Christo Güell and pedestrian crossings

Bulgarian artist Christo Güell and pedestrian crossings

Bulgarian artist Christo Güell and pedestrian crossings

Bulgarian artist Christo Güell and pedestrian crossings

Bulgarian artist Christo Güell and pedestrian crossings

Bulgarian artist Christo Güell and pedestrian crossingsBulgarian artist Christo Güell and pedestrian crossings

Bulgarian artist Christo Güell and pedestrian crossings

Bulgarian artist Christo Güell and pedestrian crossings

Source – http://christo-guelov.net/

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3 thoughts on “Bulgarian artist Christo Güell and pedestrian crossings

  1. Where do you keep finding these artists? I always love what you show us on your blog, and this for one is the best way to start using pavement crayons! Just too bad my niece and nephew are a little too young for those (they eat everything rather than use it where it was made for). But I’m definitely going to show them these photos when they’re older to give them some inspiration.

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