It is impossible to overlook the ever-increasing phenomenon of street art, which adds a splash of color and energy to urban development and attracts the attention of those who understand or appreciate modern art. However, it helps to revitalize areas or districts with a high population density that would otherwise have fallen into complete decay if not for the talent of street artists. Aside from that, the bright and inventive New Yorker Tom Bob establishes a name for himself via his street art, which breathes new life into parts of the massive complex. Everything gets more vivid and “alive” when Tom Bob is around. The stars illuminate manholes. Tom Bob is a street artist who enjoys vandalizing objects on American roads with a splash of color and leaving a lasting impression. Pipes, pits, and clothing are transformed into lovely pieces of street art by this artist. Some of the road artworks that we enjoyed were a man playing the saxophone on a roadside pipe, an egg frying pan, insects playing the drums, and an egg cooking pan. In our opinion, Tom’s street art is interacting with its surroundings pleasantly and enjoyably. He preserves and attempts to create exciting qualities in the shapes of already existing objects, but he fails (bumps, crashes, poles, electrical lines). In addition to street music, the most well-known is a mural he painted for the New York Music Festival in 2007. Tom Bob’s Street painting style has been around for quite some time, and his work is heavily inspired by the work of the renowned French artist Clet.
Photo Credits: Tom Bob