Here's a stencil down in tony Madison Valley. No idea how long it's been there.
Given the recent craptastic bout of Anarchist spray can screeds around the Central District, it was refreshing to see this stunning wheat paste down on 8th and Jackson.
I fund my bicycling adventures by helping companies clearly present information on the web. So it was with particular relish that I spent so much time parsing clues from the many maps we saw through out our travels.
With surprisingly little graffiti in Jerusalem, the Arabic Quarter of the Old City was filled with religious stencils.
Tagged, stenciled and pasted, the streets of Tel Aviv are full of art or blight depending on how you feel about such things.
Wall at 7th and Flatbush, Brooklyn. This is my kind of project.
Whoever put these giant stickers along the bicycle path to West Seattle deserves a grant.