Brick of Faith
I remember I was standing by a colored brick wall, the first time I was struck by this revelation: that graffiti is art and street artists are the poets of urban walls. By this tumblelog I spread my lifelong love story with spraycan creations.

Passionate copywriter, social media junkie, applicant geek and hopelessly nosey chick. I cerish street art as a universal aesthetic code that is worth posting on every digital as well as brick and mortar wall. Because street beauty will save the world.

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Under the Baobab installation, by Beatrix Eden and Mike De Butts (London, UK, 2012).
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  1. Under the Baobab installation, by Beatrix Eden and Mike De Butts (London, UK, 2012).

    http://www.piratetechnics.com/

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