Incredibly Quirky Chalk Art Born in the Streets, by David Zinn

Chalk Art bricks

Check out these incredible examples of street art by talented artist, David Zinn. The way in which Zinn uses blocks of concrete, paving bricks, rocks and the streets in general is totally unique. His work is reminiscent of street artist, Ben Wilson, who paints chewing gum onto sidewalks (over here in the UK, we call them pavements!).

I just love the photo of the cat who appears to be trapped behind prison bar (see further down). What’s your favorite?

Gallery //+ Street Chalk Art by David Zinn

Dinosaur Chalk Art

Mouse Chalk Art

Mice  Chalk Art

About: David Zinn has been creating original artwork in and around Ann Arbor since 1987, serving all manner of commercial clients from small shops to major municipalities while simultaneously sneaking “pointless” art into the world at large. His professional commissions have included theatrical posters, business logos, educational cartoons, landfill murals, environmental superheroes, corporate allegories and hand-painted dump trucks. His less practical creations have involved bar coasters, restaurant placemats, cake icing, and snow [read more].

Suirrel in chalk

Animals drawn in chalk

Behind bars, drawn in chalk

Chalk Art prison pose

Chair Chalk Art

Chalk Art Turtles

Monster drawn in chalk

Turtle drawn in chalk on pavement

mice in wall drawn in chalk

See Also: Intriguing Chalk Shadows by Michael Neff + Sensational Pictures of Street Art by Nomerz.

park bench drawn in chalk

fish chalk scene on paving slab

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