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April 18th, 2007 #1
World's Largest Chalk Drawing - Satellite Photograph
In my "freetime" from being a concept artist I have gathered a team and we have just launched the
KIDS CHALK ART PROJECT.
Our VISION is to create the World's Largest Chalk Drawing (Guinness World Record) and get a satellite of the artwork to promote of our mission.
Our MISSION is to "Re-Enchant the World Through Art."
Our GOAL is to create a fund to place paid art teachers in all the elementary schools of Alameda CA, USA (there are presently none).
We know that kids who are nurtured with the creative spirit grow up ready and able to more effectively interact with the world. We know that creativity is an important tool for everyone in every way; work and play, self-knowledge and respect for others, becoming great parents, connecting to nature, and in helping to solve the world's problems. We believe this to be the best investment into the future that anyone can give and receive.
Check us out: http://www.reenchantingtheworldthroughart.org
DONATE to our project if you can - support the Creative Future.
Help us Re-Enchant the World Through Art.
Kids Chalk Drawings
Work from last year - Youth in Arts Italian Street Paianting festival, San Rafael, CA
My friend Clayton Thiel and I will be the featured artist this year in San Rafael, June 9 - 11
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wow cool stuff man, seeing those talented kids kinda inspire me to draw more hahaha,good job
NardsDesign · Creative Director / Webdesigner / Graphic Artist / Illustrator / Photo Manipulator
Keep on Rocking! CG Artists!
April 19th, 2007 #3
Okay, I'm not trying to be facetious, but what happens when it rains?
There's something special about chalk art. The bright splash of colour is so often in contrast to the environment that its created in, making it almost impossible to not take notice.
April 19th, 2007 #4
We have 2 weeks in May 2008, in Northern California to do our chalk drawing. We should be clear from rain. One of the things I like about chalk is that it's not forever, some of the big festival's art gets washed off the next night, others festival art just fade away over months. Chalk colors are intense when they get wet.