• STREET ART UTOPIA: Street Art Utopia is the most beloved street art page, which was created back in 2010. It is not just Graffiti. It is much more than that. The art almost romances with the surroundings, incorporating its cultural meanings and creating some of its own. It changes perspectives by using objects present in the natural settings to convey something starkly different. It is public art at its best! If you are an art lover, this should be definitely on your check list! PAGE LINK: https://www.facebook.com/streetartutopia?fref=ts
In Rennes, France by MTO. Page Courtesy: Street Art Utopia
In Rennes, France by MTO. Page Courtesy: Street Art Utopia
  • SLINKACHU: Slinkachu’s biography reads ‘Abandoning little people on the street since 2006’. Slinkachu is the craziest miniaturist we’ve come across. His installation art is micro, yet macro! He modifies tiny human figures and places them in real places. These tiny figures could be found shopping for grocery or on a puddle of water. But, perspective photography makes these small figures look life-size. A puddle would then seemingly look like a lake from the perspective of this miniaturist. PAGE LINK: https://www.facebook.com/slinkachu?fref=ts
Abandoning little people on the street since 2006. Page Courtesy: Slinkachu
Abandoning little people on the street since 2006. Page Courtesy: Slinkachu
  • BLOG OF FRANCESCO MUGNAI: Blog of Francesco Mugnai is a Facebook page from Florence, Italy. We’ve no doubt in saying that, they curate the best stuff in the world. Most of the days they are on fire with their fan art, graffiti, public art and portraits. It might be very random, but the sheer brilliance of the page lies in the fact that it has everything, even something as specific as portraits drawn by ink and tea! Definitely Artcore! PAGE LINK: https://www.facebook.com/blogoffrancescomugnai?fref=ts
The water wigs experiment. Page Courtesy: Blog of Francesco Mugnai
The water wigs experiment. Page Courtesy: Blog of Francesco Mugnai
  • MOLEE ART: The first Indian art page to feature in this list! And yes, it is ‘Molee Art’. Molee is a gifted digital artist! He has a deep understanding of the Hindu Mythology. But, what is so special about Molee, is his contemporary interpretation of Hindu Gods and Goddesses. Be it Lord Ganesha (Gun-Esha), holding a machine gun portrayed as the ‘remover of obstacles’ or a giant muscular Shiva smoking a chillum. PAGE LINK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Molee-Art/204262919601456?fref=ts
Modern Rendition of Shiva by Molee. Page Courtesy: Molee Art
Modern Rendition of Shiva by Molee. Page Courtesy: Molee Art
  • FIFTHEAD FACTORY: Fifthead Factory is an Independent Art Factory based in New Delhi/ Mumbai, India and Malmo, Sweden. If you admire nude art, this page is for you! It has elements of surreal art, which is almost strangely beautiful. This one is at number five, because it falls far behind the first four in terms of the sheer quality and quantity of art shared. But still worth a look! PAGE LINK: https://www.facebook.com/FiftHeadFactory?fref=ts
Au Carrefour Etrange Page Courtesy: FiftHead Factory
Au Carrefour Etrange Page Courtesy: FiftHead Factory
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