This Artist Drew Funny Artsy Shadows On Items On The Streets Of Redwood City • MetDaan

This Artist Drew Funny Artsy Shadows On Items On The Streets Of Redwood City

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Ever been to California? Or perhaps you live there? Well, if you’re planning to take a stroll through the streets of Redwood City, then you might encounter some pretty strange and whimsical looking shadows on the floor.

Well, that’s all the work of artist Damon Belanger, a graphic artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area that was commissioned to draw 20 fake shadows in the downtown area of the northern Californian city. From a monstrous screaming mailbox to a monkey on a lamp post, there are some truly great pieces of work that gives new life to seemingly boring-looking items on the street.

Let’s take a look at the highlights!

1. Flower bike parking

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2. Angry mailbox monster

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3. Park bench doggo

Oh, and a decapitating character for good measure.

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4. Little robotic stickfigures

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5. Here’s the mailbox again

Piranha mailbox? That’s what it looks like to me. Kinda cute but could probably still eat me.

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6. Monkey on a post

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7. Mine cart ride on a fence

Looks like a lot of fun

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8. Here’s the doggy once again

Damon’s art style is very unique!

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9. And here’s another monkey

He probably won’t have to pay parking though.

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10. Another mine cart ride

One of those that requires two pumping hands to move.

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11. A very cartoony snake

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12. An evil dog with wheels for legs

This looks a little bit… unique.

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13. This is Damon

Caught in the act of drawing the shadows.

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14. One of his works closed off while he was drawing it

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15. Robotic creatures having fun

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16. Mine cart riders

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17. Damon posing beside his work

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18. An artist at work

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19. From pole to pole

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Source: Beth Mostovoy, Damon Belanger
More info: Damon Belanger | Instagram (h/t: designyoutrust)
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