Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

June 6, 2013 | in Illustration

He always liked to draw and has a good sense of humor. Using charcoal, chalk and paint, American artist David Zinn transforms dull streets in windows from another world. The key character of his drawings is Sluggo.

Sluggo is a fictional character resembling a frog, but with an unusual location of the eyes. Sluggo is an active member of the life in the areas where he appears. The most important role of his is that he raises the mood of the passersby. The most of David’s drawings were made on the streets of his native city of Ann Arbor. David Zinn is not only fond of graphics and drawing. He is also interested in theater for more than twenty years now, and he not only acts on stage but also directs plays.

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

Funny Drawings on the Streets by David Zinn

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