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Sculptural Potential - Transforming Street Furniture

Marlon de Asambuja is a Brazilian born artist based in the Spanish capital of Madrid. Particularly interested in urban and spatial issues, Marlon has taken a lot of his work to the streets; producing unique artwork with the aim to open up our minds about the way we view space in our urban environments.

In his Potencial Escultórico (Sculptural Potential) series, Marlon de Asambuja transformed street furniture items including benches, litter bins, railings and cycle stands into colourful, contemporary solid forms, with the use of duct tape.

It is fascinating to see the ways in which artists transfrom street furniture into pieces of urban street art. If you share an interest in urban environments and street art, make sure you view our past blog posts:

A different, more colourful side to London

City Camoflauge

Painted bollards in Winchester Square

More information on Marlon de Asambuja can be viewed here.

 

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