AIT Guerrilla Art Brief (documentation)

This is my documentation for the Guerrilla Art brief. I chose to create a packing tape sculpture of a homeless man to be placed on the street along with a lino print on newspaper and cardboard that reads "home sweet home"
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finished packing tape sculpture and lino print on newspaper and cardboard

finished packing tape sculpture and lino print on newspaper and cardboard

This lady stood watching from across the road before deciding to ring somebody I assumed was the police to report that there was a man lying on the ground. Nobody came.

This lady stood watching from across the road before deciding to ring somebody I assumed was the police to report that there was a man lying on the ground.

This man stood and looked for quite a while before leaving

This man stood and looked for quite a while before leaving

walking over to the sculpture

walking over to the sculpture

He was pretty lightweight

He was pretty lightweight

some cars pulled up to see if he was ok

some cars pulled up to see if he was ok

Most people just glanced and kept walking

Most people just glanced and kept walking

She came over from her shop to see if he was ok and became concerned when he didn't respond

She came over from her shop to see if he was ok and became concerned when he didn't respond

This guy walked past a few minutes earlier, went into dunnes and came back out to offer him food

This guy walked past a few minutes earlier, went into dunnes and came back out to offer him food


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finished packing tape sculpture and lino print on newspaper and cardboard

finished packing tape sculpture and lino print on newspaper and cardboard

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A sculpture by the artists Mark Jenkins, part of a series of street installations, titled “embed”.

street art by Mark Jenkins in Washington DC http://restreet.altervista.org/mark-jenkins-critica-la-nostra-abitudine-allindifferenza/

Mark Jenkins makes art from tape. Packaging tape to be exact. From babies to giraffes and back again, Mr. Jenkins places his work in odd spaces; causing confusion, anger and laughter. The Sifter explores his work, influences and thoughts on street art.

Take a look at these amazing Sticky Tape Sculptures and we are sure that you would be really surprised to know how the talented artists created such art pieces

Mark jenkins street art sculptures cleverly not only recycle to make his characters but also use the rubbish in situ to incorporate into his vision Tape dogs rummage through the garbage in Baltimore

Metro Teacher Jim Jacobmeyer talks with a student about his tape sculpture.    I tried this before, but the kids were too young. I think its time to try in high school sculpture class.

Metro Teacher Jim Jacobmeyer talks with a student about his tape sculpture. I tried this before, but the kids were too young. I think its time to try in high school sculpture class.

Packing Tape Figures

Street art made with scotch tape.

Le street art perturbant de Mark Jenkins

Le street art perturbant de Mark Jenkins

Too funny! Trickster artist Mark Jenkins took on Rome. this was one of his pieces

These figures made from packaging tape look almost real IMPDO. What do you think?

Mark Jenkins street artist - kids wrap selves in saran wrap, then packaging tape. Cut off, reassemble into tape sculpture, and then install in the school.

Sticky tape and cling film sculptures by Mark Jenkins

Street artist baffles onlookers with sticky tape sculptures

Street Art Installation by mark jenkins Street artist and all-round impresario Mark Jenkins makes the city his stage, life-like sculptures his actors and passers-by his audience – free admission for all!

Sin miedo a nada...: creatividad

Can you believe these are made from ordinary Scotch Tape (sellotape)

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