I’m happy to announce that there is now a German-language adaptation of my street art collection! It’s called Sluggo & Phil: Kreidekunst, and is published by the fine folks at Mitteldeutscher Verlag. It is currently available on bookstore shelves all over Germany, or directly from their website here. Enjoy!
2016 was a great year for drawing on the sidewalk, as this overstuffed gallery page will attest. I might separate these out into different locations and purposes (e.g. Ann Arbor Summer Festival, stuff I drew in Ohio, etc.), especially if people complain that this is too hard to browse. In the meantime, enjoy the underfoot […]
David Zinn Art from Create Michigan on Vimeo. If you have ever wondered where David Zinn’s chalk art creatures come from, how they are made, or why a rainy day isn’t nearly as much of a problem as a sunny one, please check out Create Michigan: David Zinn Art for a conversational examination of the […]
We are very happy to announce that an iBook edition of Lost & Unfounded: Street Art by David Zinn is now available in iTunes! This virtual collection includes four pages of additional photos not found in the paper-bound edition (currently out of print), and can be purchased by following the link above or searching for “david zinn street art” in the iTunes Store. (Note: […]
Lost & Unfounded, David Zinn’s first printed collection of sidewalk art, will be unveiled at Common Language Bookstore on Saturday, December 7 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. Hosted by Common Language Bookstore, this event will launch David Zinn’s new collection of street art photographs with author signing, small bites, drinks, and a chalk-friendly indoor “sidewalk” for inspired artists young […]