cement eclipses for MUU by isaac cordal, 2012
all images © isaac cordal
isaac cordal has shared with designboom his most recent outdoor cement artworks in zagreb croatia’s dugave neighborhood for the street art museum, MUU.
muu, which is a collective effort ‘dedicated to forming a more coherent street art scene in croatia’, has showcased pieces by the spanish artist in order to
help raise awareness in the region about street art in both its aesthetic, cultural and social value for communities. the most recent installment to cordal’s
‘cement eclipse’ series is an urban intervention in which he has easily incorporated the existing architecture of this croatian city streets into each of his
artworks comprised of miniature stone-men. the result of cordal’s effort is a natural assimilation of the artist’s cement units into zagreb’s cityscape.
from a cloud painted upon the wall seems to pour miniature people
a closer perspective of the man-shaped raindrops
picturing the construction of the installation
the apartment building’s wall has been given several cement eclipse residents
one figure peers out from the wall
an additional detailed view of the piece
a lone cement figure stands at the edge of a building with a briefcase in hand
cordal’s work is displayed among the pieces of thirty other artists in an effort to make the biggest street museum in croatia