Tuesday, April 10, 2012

"Boa Mistura Uses Graffiti To Connect Communities" (via Huffington Post)


"Street artists Boa Mistura sees their graffiti as an intervention...Their latest, "Luz nas Vielas," is in the Sao Paulo favela (shanty town) of Brasilandia. The troupe painted the walls of the town bright colors, and using a clever visual trick -- painted words that appear to float when viewed from, a certain angle. With words like "Amor" (love) and "Firmeza" (stability), the project is right in line with the group's mission." (via Huffington Post)


No comments:

Post a Comment