Street Art

Puzzle Art Project: Round 2

Last summer, I decided I wanted to start a new tradition of a collaborative guerrilla art installation called the Puzzle Art Project. This year I continued the tradition, albeit a bit belated due mostly to my personal issues this summer and also since a few people didn’t follow through or pieces got lost in the […]

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Use Your White Privilege To End Your White Privilege

White people are treated different in our society. White people are not better, but being white in our society is far easier. [Louis CK on being white] Black people are treated worse in our society. Black people are not worse than white people, but it is far harder to be black in our society. White people […]

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World Art Day

World Art Day is April 15th, and I thought it would be fun to celebrate with a street art tour around the globe! I contacted people in different cities, countries, and continents to share their favorite piece of street art with me. City: Portland, Oregon Submitted by: Gwenn Seemel Comments: “This is a memorial for […]

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Interactive Puzzle Art Project | Round 2

Guerrilla art is something very special to me. It’s something that can restore your faith in humanity, just by knowing that someone took some time on their own to make this beautiful thing and then share it with you, a stranger. It can get a person out of their comfort zone of being zoned out while […]

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