06 April 2010

well, you are













what happened in cincinnati (besides a little collaborating with my brother on a music video shoot for the band seabird) is that I had more fun with stencils, stickers, paint chips and spray paint than is perhaps humanly possible. the street artist inside me had a little coming out party, she surely did.

52 comments:

  1. so awesome - you really make me want to let out the guerilla artist within

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  2. do you know the You Are Beautiful project? there's some very cool installations on there...
    http://www.you-are-beautiful.com

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  3. i would love to do street art, but i'm still too afraid someone will come and yell at me.

    i live near cincinnati, so maybe i will see some of these. i hope so

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  4. How FUN!!! I might need to spread some of that love over here in Baltimore!!

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  5. these are so lovely! you're great!

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  6. oh this is lovely. i've been wanting to do some guerilla art around portland parts. why haven't we met yet?

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  7. your talent and creativity astonishes me.

    i love to see your art.

    LOVE IT

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  8. these are fantastic. opens the horizons of the heart...

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  9. wowza! love! the washer is my absolute favorite!!! i just love you so much.

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  10. i especially love the parking meter and the clothesline. i can just image the faces of the rushed businessman, the tired meter maid, and the worn out mom. great photos.

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  11. unmistakably cincinnati. beautiful!

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  12. Beautiful street art makes me happy :) Nice job

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  13. seeing something like this on the street would totally make my day... brilliant!!

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  14. brilliant. the parking meter made my day.

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  15. I am new to your blog, found you through kelly rae...love it! You photography is incredible, I love the you are beautiful post.

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  16. I think your stickers and stencils will bring unexpected smiles to many people's faces!

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  17. Thanks for Kelly's facebook comment I came here...
    *AWESOME* These pictures make me feel super bright :)

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  18. I love this series so very much!

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  19. LOVE. I live in Cincinnati, and now I'm really hoping to come across one of these messages, haha.

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  20. gorgeous, thoughtful work. as always.

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  21. Street art is the best! I'm sure you are making people's days all over Cincinnati.

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  22. love IS possible.

    i will feel more beautifullerestest after my haircut friday.

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  23. if i had seen these i would have gotten a big grin on my face and a spring in my step....la la la

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  24. nice...Thanks for making me smile so early in the morning.

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  25. You Rock!! What an inspiration!! Love how artfully they're done, too.

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  26. love it. love it. love it!!! So awesome!

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  27. Thank you for the inspiration!

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  28. such a wonderful idea! i very much need to put this on my "photo do" list. the pictures are fantastic. i'm such a fan.

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  29. How fun and I wish I was the passerby who gets to be pleasantly surprised! Keep it up!

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  30. How fun and I wish I was the passerby who gets to be pleasantly surprised! Keep it up!

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  31. my gratitude for your beautiful art is galactic. truly. gracias.

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  32. holy holy holy stinkin canoli. this just makes me want to grab a pencil and spread some truth around. dang

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  33. gorgeous and inspirational!

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  34. woman! you ROCK. no, like, seriously. could you be any more amazing? i think not.

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  35. How cool would is that and how cool THAT would be to come across these....especially on a 'bad' day...yep...that would be awesome...

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  36. it's me (chelsea in cincinnati, with a new blog, just up and running). anyway, even smaller world than we thought before... one of my best friends is married to ryan in seabird... so, now i have your brother's autograph from years upon years ago and now you're collaborating on something for someone who played in my wedding... so strange, this world... i love it. and i'll be looking for these little joys around the city

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  37. these are awesome! esp. knowing that they were taken in my hometown.

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  38. thanks so much, everyone! the kind words, they always mean so much to me.

    and cev- that's crazy! talk about a small world. seriously. had so much fun working with seabird. really cool guys. and the video looks amazing! can't wait to link to it here.

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  39. I do love your brand of street art.

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  40. the day is already perfect, reading your words in the street...

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  41. fabulous, i can feel the fun you had with this.
    :-)

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  42. This was one of my perfect posts of 2010. Thank you for the steady source of inspiration you provide here.

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