Street chalk art

Unleash your creativity with these amazing street chalk art ideas. Get inspired to create stunning masterpieces on sidewalks and public spaces that will leave a lasting impression.
Chalk Art Christmas, Christmas Art For Kids, Preschool Christmas, Christmas Break, Christmas Activities, Christmas Lights, Christmas Art Projects, Christmas Arts And Crafts, Kids Art Projects

It has been way too long since we last pulled out the sidewalk chalk! And since it's too cold to play outside, what better way to use it than in an awesome Christmas art project! We don't have a sidewalk in front of our house and our driveway and patio are made from interlocking brick. So it's kind of hard for the kids to get overly creative with sidewalk chalk in the summer. Our patio ends up looking like a giant mosaic, with each brick coloured a different colour than the one next to it…

Street Chalk Art, Street Painting, Murals Street Art, Mural Art, Chalk Photography, Chalk Artist, Ephemeral Art, David Zinn, Colossal Art

We at Bored Panda have been following David Zinn's cute street art since 2012. Back in the day, we introduced David's first character named Sluggo – a green semi-subterranean inhabitant, who appeared doing all sorts of shenanigans on the streets of Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Chalk Stencils, Stencil Art, Heart Stencil, Valentine's Day Crafts For Kids, Art For Kids, Crafts Toddlers, Street Chalk Art, Street Art, Raimbow Dash

This heart chalk stencil art is one of our favorite Valentine’s Day crafts for kids. Children always seem to enjoy this fun method of creating collages using chalk and stencils! Follow our Valentine’s Day for Kids Pinterest board! Do you remember our Christmas Light Chalk Stencil Art from a few months back? We enjoyed that project so …

Alida Crockett
Artist Manages To Extract Life From The Streets And Walls In An Improvised And Joyful Way (New Pics) Street Chalk Art, 3d Street Art, Amazing Street Art, Murals Street Art, Street Art Graffiti, Street Artists, Graffiti Artists, David Zinn, Pavement Art

David Zinn is an artist from Ann Arbor, Michigan. He is well-known for his “ephemeral art,” created on the streets and composed entirely of chalk, charcoal, and random objects found on the premises. Cracks, holes, and small grooves are enough for Zinn to notice the figures they suggest and that’s where he gets most of his inspiration from; his work is done on the go.

Christine Zap