Diesel's impressed us once again with their tireless support of young creative talent and the inventive way they do it. The winners of their annual competition for the Diesel Wall have been announced and this year the project has grown from just one wall in Milan to four across the world.
Like previous years, young creatives were asked to propose large-scale urban artworks, but this time around for walls in Milan, Beijing, Copenhagen and Toronto with the theme "I Could Be Yours."
After seeing over 1,000 entries, the high-profile jury (including award-winning Chinese media mogul Hung Huang, Marketta Seppala, director of Finland's Fund for Art Exchange who also coordinated the "Padiglione Nordico: at the Venice Biennale this year and Wilbert Das, Dieselâs Creative Director) chose four winners.
The Milan wall will showcase Massimo Falsaci's "Sunsetâ (pictured above right) from 19 June-31 August 2007, Beijing hosts Chui Chi Tang's "Better to Keep Silence" (pictured below) from mid-July- September 2007, in Copenhagen Tucker Hughes' "My Mama is So Proud" (pictured left) will be on display 10 August-9 September 2007 and the Toronto wall has Artemis Psathas' "Look Me in the Eye" from mid-August 2007 (also pictured below). They're sure tobrighten up your day if you happen to pass by one of them. You can find out more about the winning art works, the locations of the walls in each city and see some more shortlisted works here.