Lost and Unfounded
Street Art by David Zinn
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David Zinn's temporary street art, which is improvised on-site using chalk, charcoal and found objects, has been crossing the globe through social media and photo-sharing sites since 2005. In that time, it has caught the attention of Huffington Post UK, The Cheezburger Network, Street Art Utopia, and Archie McPhee's Endless Geyser of Awesome, among others. David's whimsical anamorphic (3-D) characters include mice, dinosaurs, flying pigs, and a bright green monster with stalk eyes and irreverent habits named "Sluggo," all of whom are frequently found lurking on the walls, streets and sidewalks near his home in southeast Michigan.