Do you know what it takes to do [a global art project]? People, energy, glue.
I met up with Elijah yesterday so he could paste the portrait I created of him and his beloved dog, The Baconator! Thank you, Elijah, for an inspiring afternoon!
The city’s the best gallery I could imagine. I would never have to make a book and then present it to a gallery and let them decide if my work was nice enough to show it to people. I would control it directly with the public in the streets.
Street art alters spaces and creates dialogue, and frequently offers subversive critiques on dominant culture.
I discovered the other day that someone had written racial slurs on one of my pieces:
I prepped birds to cover those words, so as to essentially engage in dialogue visually:
Returning to it yesterday, we saw someone had crossed out the graffiti.