Street Art for the Heart

David Zinn is a street artist from Ann Arbor, Michigan, who turns cracks and dusty corners into surreal fantasy scenes. His imagination spreading out on to the streets of his city, it’s as if characters from children’s books have escaped into the real world, with a mission- to bring smiles, spark imaginations and warm hearts…


















About Christopher Chase

Co-creator and Admin of the Facebook pages "Tao & Zen" "Art of Learning" & "Creative Systems Thinking." Majored in Studio Art at SUNY, Oneonta. Graduated in 1993 from the Child & Adolescent Development program at Stanford University's School of Education. Since 1994, have been teaching at Seinan Gakuin University, in Fukuoka, Japan.
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16 Responses to Street Art for the Heart

  1. Loved this delightful share Christopher 🙂 thank you

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  3. Karin says:

    So sweet! Thank you for sharing!

  4. Jam says:

    This is fantastic!! I love street art, especially when it blends into the surroundings so beautifully!

    • Yeah, me too… would love see teachers doing this with students, get kids out on the streets doing this. 🙂

      • Jam says:

        I’m very much a supporter of street art as well as more traditional art forms. It gets a bad rap but I’m sure kids would love it. There’s a big difference between this and defacing property by spraying squiggles on a wall (graffiti is awesome!)

      • I totally agree. Would love to see teachers getting kids out on the streets to do this. They could spend a month or so preparing their designs, and then go out and bring joy to their community.

  5. Reblogged this on Sophia's Children and commented:
    Sweet humor and beauty in unexpected places. Love it.

    Thanks to Christopher Chase for sharing this through his Creative By Nature blog.

    Have a look at some of Christopher’s other posts while you’re visiting – I appreciate quite a few of them.

    Lots of love to you!


  6. laurabruno says:

    Reblogged this on Laura Bruno's Blog and commented:
    Oh, my goodness! These are so cute and delightful that I sent them to our city planner and city council. Thanks for these creations, and thanks to Jamie at Sophia’s Children for the reblog that sent them my way.

  7. Reblogged this on Intuitive Voyage and commented:
    This artist’s work always makes good Instagram pictures. I have two or three of his work I’ve run into, and taken a picture of.

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  9. Val Boyko says:

    What a talented guy! So glad I found you again Christopher.

  10. mirandavoice says:

    I have shared the link of this post in my Facebook page:

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