Street art artist Paul Walsh got the permission to paint the cabinets in his town
The history of 15 artistic distribution boxes in Auckland, New Zealand is somewhat unexciting:
After a few beers, Paul Walsh has drawn the grouchy cat on the wall in the dog park near his house. This caused a great commotion in the neighborhood. A good friend he wrote an article in the local newspaper. Coincidentally it was read by someone that worked – for chorus the company that owns the distribution boxes in the city. Paul Walsh asked to me if he would paint the cabinets instead.
Fear of the black and white
For each distribution box, artist street art received a small fee, which is just enough to cover the materials and his time. He used the Internet memes as inspiration for some of his works, because the boxes are the physical Internet connection. Pictures such as “AstroSloth” and “awkward seal” were most likely transmitted through this mailing list, long before Walsh painted them on the outside of the boxes.
“You get really good” – says Paul Walsh and reviewing to make more of them across the country. Why not actually around the world?
“Astrosloth” is one of the first distribution boxes, which were sprayed on by Paul
The seal was often transmitted via Internet inside the distribution box
Paul Walsh is a street art artist and Illustrator from New Zealand
Paul Walsh is best known by his animal series distribution box
Paul is a young and promising artists
His geometric landscape can be interpreted in many ways
Brave image name and a gifted hand
“The dog in clothes”
“The white punk cock”
‘The clever cat’
“The cat with sparkling eyes”
The bird with the jacket and coffee cup
Ruapehu Hahn expressive and lively