ASK   SUBMIT   #DoSomethingCreative and share it. It's that simple.

You are reading this simply because it’s here. #DoSomethingCreative

You are reading this simply because it’s here. #DoSomethingCreative

— 2 years ago with 15 notes
#creativity  #street art  #stencil  #Spray Paint  #Chicago  #Art  #DoSomethingCreative  #Original 
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#DoSomethingCreative 

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#DoSomethingCreative 

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— 2 years ago with 3 notes
You have a blank canvas and all you can think to write is ‘dirty hor’ AND misspell it #DoSomethingCreative.

You have a blank canvas and all you can think to write is ‘dirty hor’ AND misspell it #DoSomethingCreative.

— 2 years ago
#DoSomethingCreative  #Cars  #creativity 

A Brief History of John Baldessari (by gosupermarche) #DOSOMETHINGCREATIVE

— 2 years ago
#DOSOMETHINGCREATIVE - From John Fekner: The stencil project, He Was Simply A Guy Who Painted Messages In The Street is intended to function on two levels.
Most every artist will do a self-portrait at some point in his or her career. Mine is not a traditional portrait; it is a self-portrait with words.
Every individual is unique in the world and has something to contribute no matter how small the thought or message might be. Perhaps a work on the street may provide a laugh or help someone get through a difficult moment, an anxious night, a period of strife or uncertainty in their life. Yes, some people may not like it; but art on the street is for everyone. It may be funny, soothing, insightful, joyous or reflective. It is an instant of communication intent on causing an immediate reaction on the viewer.
The project is also a tribute to every unknown individual whoever grafftied, scrawled, scratched, wheat-pasted, stenciled or spray painted without the public ever knowing the name of the anonymous person.
An artist’s knowledge is their trade. Artists are here to visual express and share universal concepts of peace, love, hope, compassion, equality and understanding with the general public. Art in unexpected places: anywhere, anytime, anyplace and everyone.
John Fekner, Welling Court, Astoria, NY - Ad Hoc Art    Photo: Jeewon Shin
Via Wooster Collective

#DOSOMETHINGCREATIVE - From John Fekner: The stencil project, He Was Simply A Guy Who Painted Messages In The Street is intended to function on two levels.

Most every artist will do a self-portrait at some point in his or her career. Mine is not a traditional portrait; it is a self-portrait with words.

Every individual is unique in the world and has something to contribute no matter how small the thought or message might be. Perhaps a work on the street may provide a laugh or help someone get through a difficult moment, an anxious night, a period of strife or uncertainty in their life. Yes, some people may not like it; but art on the street is for everyone. It may be funny, soothing, insightful, joyous or reflective. It is an instant of communication intent on causing an immediate reaction on the viewer.

The project is also a tribute to every unknown individual whoever grafftied, scrawled, scratched, wheat-pasted, stenciled or spray painted without the public ever knowing the name of the anonymous person.

An artist’s knowledge is their trade. Artists are here to visual express and share universal concepts of peace, love, hope, compassion, equality and understanding with the general public. Art in unexpected places: anywhere, anytime, anyplace and everyone.

John Fekner, Welling Court, Astoria, NY - Ad Hoc Art    Photo: Jeewon Shin

Via Wooster Collective

— 2 years ago with 2 notes
#Street Art  #StreetArt  #Art  #Graffiti  #stencil  #DoSomethingCreative 
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Horsepower #DoSomethingCreative #streetart (Taken with Instagram)

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Horsepower #DoSomethingCreative #streetart (Taken with Instagram)

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— 2 years ago with 12 notes

The Space We Live In - FULL HD Video by MatthiasmVideos.

— 2 years ago