Friday, February 27

The Epitome of 'Street Art'

This is so awe-inspiring, I mean really, art that needs the street/urban environment as its canvas to take shape and form. A telephone pole turned into a multi-bird feeder. Our accepted behavior as developing beings, is to cut down the tress and remove the birds natural habitat, and replace it with man-made objects. Here, one of those objects is given back to nature, as a habitat for the local avian. Which act is more criminal, the street art or the destruction of nature? Genius!

"I believe that street art is only on the street, and projects involved in street art need to exist there because they can exist no where else properly. There needs to be a relationship that is created by the intersection of the action with the environment that transforms both." - Elbow Toe

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