With a warm breezy night, how could one resist being a little bit mischievous by partaking in some street art installation? Fused and sitting flushed against the cement ground, a 1 1/4" square wooden cube hides from passers-by. On one side of the cube, vintage ledger paper is adhered and coated with resin. Below the resin, a cropped coffee ring from my coffee, drawn pixels and orbs float on the ledger's surface. It's been awhile since I've done any street art so it was very thrilling to interfere with the urban environment. I have decided that the coming warm nights of the summer season, means partaking in more installations. Stay tuned as I document more and more of these non-permission based artworks.
Just a reminder that there are other wooden blocks of mine that are on sale for a limited time. These original blocks can be displayed on a shelf, window sill, or in a shadow box. These little masterpieces would be great idea for a Mother's Day gift. It's just around the corner... May 10th! Did I mention that they are 25% off? Hop on over to my Etsy shop and take a peak if you haven't yet.