This tiny painting was left at the Tempo Cafe at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art in Overland Park, Kansas…made with spray paint and a sharpie on a tiny 2×2 canvas. Did some one take it home and live happily ever after?
Portable street art is a new and evolving experiment, which now includes little wooden paintings. Why? The person who decided to pick it up was hopefully amused by their new find. That is why. This one was made with spray paint and was left outside of a new event space in Kansas City called, “The Guild”.
This portable street art is a diversion from the traditional fried eggs scattered around. This was creating using spray paint on a small wooden 3×3 canvas. It was places in front of a fabulous general store in downtown Overland Park, Kansas. It was placed conspicuously for someone to admire and take home. Is there such thing as a free lunch? YES.
This fried egg is was placed in downtown Kansas City in the Crossroads arts district. The joy of placing it somewhere temporarily is that possibility of someone walking along and picking it up. THIS is the difference between graffiti and portable street art. This fried egg is made from felt backed vinyl with a heavy body yellow acrylic paint.