Pixel Pour 2.0: Digital Water Street Art Stuck in Mid-Spill
Article by Steph, filed under Street Art & Graffiti in the Art category.

Here’s a beautiful example of how street art can transform the most mundane, uninteresting sidewalk into a miniature gallery that captures the attention of harried passersby. A black faucet on Mercer Street in New York City ‘pours’ what looks like a digital, pixelated stream of water in an installation known as ‘Pixel Pour 2.0‘.

This three-dimensional installation appears to be either the work of artist Kelly Goeller of //kneeon, who produced a very similar installation called ‘Pixel Pour‘ back in 2008, or someone inspired by that work.

The installation was spotted and photographed by gnom3sayin – see more photos at Flickr.

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