The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

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American mark Jenkins is an artist working in the genre of street art. Glory he brought street art installation made of packing tape. A few years ago he went to Moscow and taught local colleagues tape-art. After that, the streets of the capital appeared translucent ballerina, yogi and other characters. But the Muscovites, as it turned out, to yogis of Scotch business, no — hype sculptures are not caused.

Of course, in the Arsenal of the Brand, there are other techniques of transformation of a nondescript urban landscape. But the strongest impression are the same figures from the Scotch, but dressed in ordinary clothes. The artist comes up with for them such scenes that remain indifferent bystander may not.

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The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

Source: Mark Jenkins

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

Bordeaux, France.

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

Besançon, France.

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

In Malmö, Sweden.

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

Bordeaux, France.

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

Washington, DC, USA.

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

Rome, Italy.

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

London, UK.

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

In Malmö, Sweden.

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

Rome, Italy.

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

Puerto del Rosario, Spain.

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

Dublin, Ireland.

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

Winston-Salem, United States.

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

Rome, Italy.

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

Besançon, France.

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

In Malmö, Sweden.

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

London, UK.

The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

Washington, DC, USA.

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The Scotch want to regret the witty installations of Mark Jenkins

The toaster in Rome.

Keywords: City | Installation | Art | Sculpture | Street art | Artists

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