Posts Tagged ‘guerilla art’

Decorative potholes is a street art series by artist Juliana Santacruz Herrera. Using braided strips of dyed-colored fabric, Juliana coils the yarn into cracks and crevices within the sidewalks of Paris. The bursts of color, along with the hand-made quality of the work, enrich the surrounding street with its intentionality. &Aren’t they delightful? I also […]

pretend payment


Here’s a wheat pasted poster I found wandering around London. Located on the end of a tunnel near a street lamp, the poster simply confronts the viewer with reservations about street art, which alludes to its right to exist. Nothing fancy, but I was happy to have come across it.

golden roach


Golden Roach is an ongoing guerrilla art movement initiated by Hungarian artist Kissmiklos. The artist sneaks bronze cockroaches into museums and arranges them as part of the current exhibition. Museums that have had these guerrilla installations include the Tate Britain, Tate Modern, and British Museum, among others. Comparing himself to a cockroach in the “sanctuary […]