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Adaptive Street Art

Street art isn’t a new phenomenon, graffiti art has been around for centuries, and street artists like Banksy, transition from street artist to fine art and back. The Toronto Sun has a great little slide show of artist Sandrine Estrade Boulet’s public art works that range from irreverent to cute to naughty. Her works embrace their surroundings and incorporate physical features in the environment.  Her Cheerleader stencil makes use of a pair of grass tufts peeking through the side walk, while a pile of garbage bags forms a cheering section along the side of the road. Its fun and ironic and a pleasure to look at.

Take a look at the full slide show over at the Toronto Sun.

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5 Responses to “Adaptive Street Art”

  1. Looks really nice ! I really love street Art, and i work selvf with Art.
    Someone there know another good site for street art?

    // Michael

    Posted by Michael | 14/09/2012, 5:02 am

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