EVOL EVOL
apr 07, 2010

EVOL

photo: EVOL

 

 

 

EVOL is a berlin based street artist that transforms banal urban surfaces, into miniature architectural surfaces through pasting. using pasted paper, EVOL transforms electric boxes, small planters and other geometric city forms, into miniature apartment buildings and other structures. each piece of paper is printed with a repetitive pattern of flat gray walls dotted with plain window frames. once applied to a surface, the paper transforms the form into small building that EVOL often adorns with small characters. EVOL performs this process within different cities and has even been commissioned to do installations in galleries, where he was created entire blocks of miniature buildings.

 

 

photo: EVOL

 

 

photo: EVOL

 

 

photo: EVOL

 

 

photo: EVOL

 

 

photo: EVOL

 

 

photo: EVOL

 

 

photo: EVOL

  • Sweet

    Patrick says:
  • Mixing Street Art With architectural design, Brave and nice!

    Street lover says:
  • Awesome!! 8 thumbs up.

    Gibo says:
  • Clever!

    Casey Chen says:
  • Perfect idea, awesome technic. Congrutulations

    Onur says:
  • love it!

    eveliiinsche says:
  • just thank you for this amazing work!

    a.d.k.v says:
  • fantastic

    Li Rui says:
  • brilliant idear and wonderful work, thanks a lot!

    would be happy to see this kind of stuff in my city

    ratz & rübe says:
  • so witty, and well executed. good work!

    Ghostieman says:
  • love it

    gus says:
  • great idea!!

    valezki says:
  • this is his current daily photo blog (in german, though) –
    the guy is totally amazing, there are others in flickr as well,
    search for evol berlin:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/evoldaily/

    narvacan says:
  • Very clever and delightful mix of “things.”
    Brent Blake

    Brent Blake says:
  • HA! That’s great!
    Seems like the next generation from the [url=http://urban-fairies.com/]urban-fairies[/url] here.

    Jonathan B. Wright, Fairyologist says:
  • Great!

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/allday/ says:
  • They also painted some electricity transformers. what if a kid decides to play with them? Hope they took the precautions

    K says:
  • awesome, clever, interesting! congrats.

    nina says:
  • Muuuuito foda! muito mesmo! amei

    SaVaE says:
  • Nice!!! congrats!

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    Fonte de Downloads says:
  • Do Caralho

    Tiago says:
  • For shure it would make my day happier if a found some like these on my way to work.

    belloni says:
  • nice !

    puii says:
  • Absolutely love this work!

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    George Searle says:

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