|Franklin's Footpath, Gene Davis, 1972, Philadelphia.
|Mueller combines the natural features of the street with his catastrophic paintings to heighten the realism.
|Though not as extended as the volcanic inferno seen in the previous painting, this one "works" visually from any point across its base.
|This one ought to stop traffic, or at least slow it down.
In some cities, 3D illusionary speed bumps have been used successfully to do the same.
|The Strelka Bar (on the left) with Lang and Baumann's
broad geometric strips just outside. Imagine
staggering out of a vodka bar at one a.m.
(Moscow time) and encountering this.
|While street paintings are far more durable than such art done in chalk, they have never come to be considered as permanent.
|Conceptual art has even found it's place on the street. First you dump a substantial quantity of paint at an intersection, then let traffic do the rest.
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