Matt W. Moore, Paris
Contributer Post by Hula Seventy
When I need inspiration, I head straight for Wooster Collective-- a site that collects the best of the best of ephemeral art from city streets all over the world. I've posted favorites from Wooster collective before but a good amount of stellar street art has been posted since then. Which means I have a whole new set of favorites to share with you today:
Pablo, Salamanca, Spain
Alexandros Vasmoulakis and Paris Koutsikos
Navajo Indian Reservation, Arizona
Hope you'll take the time to watch that video. Because it's pretty amazing. And I hope you stumble onto a little street art in your city in this week. If not, there's always Wooster Collective. Thank goodness for that.
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