David Zinn has been creating original artwork in and around Ann Arbor, Michigan, since 1987. For over twenty years, he freelanced for various commercial clients while simultaneously sneaking “pointless” art into the world. His professional commissions included theatrical posters, business logos, educational cartoons, landfill murals, environmental superheroes, corporate allegories, and hand-painted dump trucks, and his less practical creations involved bar coasters, restaurant placemats, cake icing, and snow.

David’s temporary street drawings are composed entirely of chalk, charcoal, and found objects and are always improvised on location through a process known as “pareidolic anamorphosis” or “anamorphic pareidolia.” Most of his creatures appear on sidewalks in Michigan, but many have surfaced as far away as subway platforms in Manhattan, village squares in Sweden, and street corners in Taiwan.

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