Okay, so this work was a commissioned piece through Carclew Youth Arts, the Australian Government and in conjunction with the Adelaide City Council, but none the less the work is very specifically targeted to its environment. A hand emerging from under a noodle bar holds a pair of chop sticks. Clever, no?
|Above via Wooster Collective|
As Street Art gets more and more popular, the difference between Street Art and graffiti (not Graffiti) gets more and more pronounced. With Street Art, you see evidence of planning, and composition which rivals a Jan van Eyck painting, you know this was something that was drawn up many times before it hit the wall. But its not only technique that is important but originality, style and oh yeh visibility.....So take a look around, glance at the bottom of walls, gutters, corners because you're not going to see a Blek le Rat rat up high.