Evolution of a #wheatpaste. Portrait of @ThaneKoi, one year later

What is the point of a piece that is meant to be temporary?  Work that is impermanent reminds us that nothing in life is permanent, that every state is temporary and transitory.  Contemplating this concept teaches us to embrace change in our life, instead of working against it.  When others notice a piece that is there one day and gone the next it creates a kind of energy/excitement within the community. – Keri Smith

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My portrait of Thane Koi, Feb 11, 2013 (chinamarker on newsprint)
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Emily Castellanos wheatpasting Thane, 119 East Cordova, Vancouver BC Feb 13, 2013

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Today Feb 3, 2014

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The elements and the interaction by the community has become essential to my creative process.

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