Satellite Art: Painter Uses Google Earth To Promote Her Work

Satellite Art: Painter Uses Google Earth To Promote Her Work

Molly Dilworth’s project 'Paintings for Satellites' features artwork on the tops of New York buildings, and has inspired a conversation about using rooftops as advertising billboards.

Emma Hutchings
  • 28 march 2011

NYC based artist Molly Dilworth paints on rooftops, hoping that Google Earth will help her creations find a wider audience. The color palette for her work was determined by what discarded paint was available and the surface of the roof inspired the shape of the paintings.

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