Art deco is a term that has come to mean anything from a building that features decorative metal and wood pieces to a street art installation.
In Chicago, it has taken on a life of its own.
Street art has been thriving for years now, thanks to the city’s growing population and new technology that allows for the creation of large scale works of art and murals in public spaces.
But many of the street art installations that are currently happening in Chicago’s vibrant urban environment are being inspired by the new generation of street artists who are taking over the city, bringing a different style to the art scene.
Street artists like Andrew and Nick Tullock are taking inspiration from the likes of Tullocks street art, a collection of abstract and visual street art inspired by a recent street art project in New York.
The Tullys are using a 3D wall art style, similar to the work by artist Nicki Minaj, to help inspire their latest work.
Andrew and I are using 3D technology to create a wall that will be able to reflect our vision of our city and a future in which we live.
We want to give a visual expression to the future, the city and to the people in it.
The new installation by Tullicks has already been installed on Chicago’s West Side, and the two artists plan to continue to display their work around the city in the coming months.
Andrew and Nicki Tullos works will be displayed in the city for the first time in two years The Turnocks, who live in the West Loop neighborhood of Chicago, have a reputation for creating abstract, colorful and unique street art.
They are also known for their graffiti, which they do on a regular basis.
They have been working on their new project since December, and they are currently putting up their installation in front of the Chicago Public Library.
They want to be able see the work from all over the world, and in the process, inspire their audience.
“We’re hoping that we’ll be able bring out people that maybe don’t have a sense of what 3D art is,” said Andrew Tullons art director.
“They may be like, ‘oh, that’s cool, but I don’t really like it.’
And then we can tell them about our project and how we made it.
We think that that’s really important.”
Street art works by Andrew and the Tullots will be on display in front the Chicago Library in two months.
A couple of weeks ago, I spoke with Andrew Tully, and he told me about his new street art exhibit.
Andrew, who was born in the Bronx and raised in Chicago, grew up in the area and went to college in the U.S. before moving to Chicago and living there for four years.
He also got his start in art while attending the School of Visual Arts in the late 1980s.
Tully had a fascination with the art of the 1960s and 1970s and is now working to inspire people with his work.
“I’m really interested in the art and the history of the art,” said Tully.
“If you look at the history and how it’s been done, you have a lot of people that came before you who are still doing it today.
So I think that it’s important for me to bring that history and that history to people.”
The Tully’s have been experimenting with different styles of 3D-printed pieces over the past few months, and this project will be their first project with 3D printing.
The project was inspired by Tullys recent work in New Jersey.
“In New Jersey, we had this really cool project called The New Jersey Stonewall,” he said.
“It was a massive street art piece where we were printing a piece of cloth that was like 3-D printed.
I was like, well, we have to do this for this city.”
Andrew and Tully started by making the cloth in a local studio, then cutting it into strips and putting them in the water.
Andrew said he would be using the materials to print an image of himself and his friends, then paint it onto a piece with watercolors.
“He was like ‘okay, we’re gonna use watercolours to paint on these pieces,'” said Tulls art director Nicki.
“The watercolour was the first step in the 3D, so we went over to a 3-d printer and just printed all the watercoloured pieces that we needed.”
They then used a 3d printer to cut the water coloured pieces into pieces and put them into a watercolouring cabinet.
“It was really cool that we were able to see the process of how it was going to be done,” said Nicki of the project.
“Because it was water coloured and printed, it was kind of a rough and tumble.
But then the water colour was