Artist David Zinn brought some whimsical friends with him to Laguna Beach this week. Visitors to Heisler Park and downtown Laguna may have noticed a fashionable leprechaun, a pig with wings, a curious slug, and others who have taken up temporary residence in town.
Zinn’s 3D chalk drawings are inspired by natural and urban surroundings—plants, buildings, street fixtures, even cracks in the sidewalk. Zinn, who hails from Ann Arbor, Michigan, was recently commissioned by the city and began drawing his chalk creatures in Heisler Park and the downtown area on March 26. He will conclude his work on Saturday, March 30. Zinn will also be hosting a workshop on Saturday at 11 a.m. in Heisler Park, where the community will be able to learn more about his art and make their own street art creations.
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