User:Stevenarntson/The Commons/Guerilla Art
Today in class, we'll look at public artworks by a variety of artists who don't ask permission. This doesn't necessarily mean the artwork is illegal. You don't have to ask anyone's permission, for instance, to walk to work while wearing a blue shirt, though that is undeniably public.
- Fast Graffiti
- Reverse Graffiti Project
- Alexandre Orion
- Seattle Street Art
- Julian Beever
- Arrested for chalk art.
Guerilla becomes Sanctioned
- Park(ing) Spaces in Portland
- The Monolith, placed in Seattle in 2001.
- Ball and chain around the leg of SAM's Hammering Man