Street Artist Revamps Walls In Brooklyn To Look Like Trees
This street artist revamps walls in Brooklyn to make them look like trees and the results are spectacular! How would they be any different, right? Brooklyn is Brooklyn, after all, and trends tend to start from here.
Street artist Pejac, decided to turn a wall from Brooklyn into his own personal canvas and his art got immediate coverage. His idea was to create a “tree fossil” which would be seen even after thousands of years after everything we know today is long gone.
“I am very happy to finally share pictures of my first work made in New York,” says Pejac. “‘Fossil’ works as a harbinger of a hypothetical fatal future where the only memory we have of nature is the fossilized form of a tree in a brick wall.”
This street mural can be found at 27 Scott Ave. in Brooklyn. “I want to thank all the amazing local people who helped me making this happen,” Pejac states.
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If you’re interested in checking out more of Pejac’s street art, be sure to follow the artist’s Instagram account, right here.
'Inner Strength’ is the second work I’ve made last week in New York. In opposition with the previous work here I speak of a future where nature breaks the barriers imposed by the hand of man and recovering the lost ground. Man loses but we all win. This work can be found at 2 Henry St, Chinatown, New York. I want to thank the kind support of @thelisaprojectnyc Sean and Justin for making this happen. #pejac #pejacnyc
I am very happy to finally share pictures of my first work made in New York. ‘Fossil’ works as a harbinger of a hypothetical fatal future where the only memory we have of nature is the fossilized form of a tree in a brick wall. This work can be found at 27 Scott Ave. Brooklyn. I want to thank all the amazing local people who helped me making this happen @thebushwickcollective Sean and Justin and also the photographers @zurbaran1 @just_a_spectator #pejac #pejacnyc