Street Art // Friday, October 30, 2015
Lucky for the great city of Montreal, Isaac Cordal made the city his personal playground by putting his resin characters in context throughout the city in cracks in the walls, puddles and cracks in the sidewalk.
Street Art // Thursday, September 03, 2015
It's so good to be back. This is our fifth (maybe sixth, who's counting?) year at Nuart, and not only is this the festival's 15th year, but they have an outstanding line-up creating art around Stavanger, Norway with the topic of play and intervention at its heart. We just got into town, and the artists are all hard at work, so before the talks, the drinks, and the unveiling of all the tunnel installations, here is a look at some of the works in progress.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Isaac Cordal continues to produce unique, and creative ways at approaching street art. His small interventions in the big city series featured miniature characters placed on urban streets. In this series, Cement Bleak, Isaac takes kitchen strainers, sculpts human faces into the mesh, and inserts them into the ground. As sunlight or streetlights shines through the strainers, they cast a shadow portrait on the sidewalk.
Street Art // Friday, February 08, 2013
We have always enjoyed the miniature sculptures artist Isaac Cordal creates and this homeless man with his dog is a great example of his tiny works.