Tom Bob, an American artist, is running around the streets of New York painting the town – literally.
Using items found in the center of the Big Apple such as electrical terminals and poles, Tom creates colorful and fanciful pieces that integrate the city’s street “furniture” with the surrounding landscape. From turning a hole in the wall to a bird cage to creating an elephant from a piece of PVC pipe.
Let’s hope this whimsical artist continues to roam the city streets for a while, making the dull buildings into a masterpiece intended to brighten everyone’s mood.
If you want to see more of Tom Bob’s creation, check out his Instagram!
But first, check out some of his rad city artwork below:
#1. From his oversized can of spinach to his monumental muscles, this painting of Popeye is sure to be as mountainous as your pictured him as a child.
#2. If you have ever wondered what lurks beneath the streets of the big city, this alligator escaping the sewer might just answer your question.
#3. If the zoo isn’t your thing, watch out because Tom Bob let a few zoo animals loose!
#4. Did you leave the key to your heart in New York?
#5. Yes, the street does get so hot you can fry an egg on it! Don’t believe me? Just check out this artwork.
#6. Even a painting needs to brush its teeth – hygiene is important.
#7. Watch out, the bird is escaping its cage!
#8. This piece is sure to take you back to the 70’s with the “Fab Four”…
#9. Have you ever seen an octopus that could live on land? Now you have!
#10. It looks like the octopus brought the crabs along too…