Favorite Installations Of The Year
this was the year i went from posting little doodles on sticker-paper to finally wheatpasting my artwork. it was immediately addicting, and during the spring and early summer, i wouldn’t leave the house without paste , a brush, and a poster. i did it because it was a wonderful feeling; putting my artwork for strangers to see, and even if they never knew my name or they never knew the thought or the effort that went into the actual creation of the drawing, i hope that in the short time these pieces adorned the streets, that they caused a thought or a smile. some of these stayed up for months, others didn’t even last a day, but i’ve always been aware and appreciative of the temporary life of street art.
i thank all my friends who helped keep an eye out and hold the pieces in place, the people who took photos of them when i didn’t get a chance to, and for the strangers that complemented me as i was putting it up, reassuring me that what i was doing was welcome or appreciated.
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