Street Art

Binoculars On A Street Corner

Sometimes when I get a new item, I know immediately that it has to be a part of an installation. That was the case with a set of green binoculars. They didn’t magnify things that much, as they were made for children, but it still provided the idea of focus and observation. My idea was […]

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Sidewalk Chalk Flash Mob

Every month I am hosting a community event in the Baltimore area. Last month, we made a human rainbow, and this weekend, I brought a bunch of sidewalk chalk to make the ground more colorful and positive! I called it a Sidewalk Chalk Flash Mob, and even though many of the people who said they […]

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Pittsburgh, PA

Months ago, my coworkers and I knitted (and crocheted) squares for a large panel. I had heard of a giant yarnbombing project called Knit The Bridge, and five of us wanted to contribute to the installation. In August, I closely followed the press revolving around covering the Andy Warhol bridge in yarn. Pittsburgh is about […]

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Miscellaneous Street Art

My street art bag always has something in it, such as gifts to leave for strangers or stickers to place on poles. Sometimes projects are relatively small, therefore they don’t warrant their own post. Miscellaneous Street Art is a feature I will post periodically to update you on things I’ve done that may have slipped […]

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