RedBall Project

RedBall Project is a public travelling street art piece by US born artist Kurt Perschke. Considered “the world's longest-running street art work” the project consists of a 15 ft inflated red ball wedged in different city spaces in various cities around the world. Placed in a choreographed suite of installations within a city and usually lasting one or two weeks, each specific site lasts only one day. RedBall Project has received strong international media and public attention, and has been featured in several urban art books, art journals, and media.


RedBall Project is a public travelling street art piece by US born artist Kurt Perschke. Considered “the world's longest-running street art work” the project consists of a 15 ft inflated red ball wedged in different city spaces in various cities around the world. Placed in a choreographed suite of installations within a city and usually lasting one or two weeks, each specific site lasts only one day. RedBall Project has received strong international media and public attention, and has been featured in several urban art books, art journals, and media.
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