A rather renowned local artist moved his studio to Brush Park in recent years. This particular artist is well known for taking it upon himself to heap paintings and found objects as well as graffiti all over whatever he sees. Many people find this quite charming. Which is strange, because many of those same people act horrified when they see graffiti or street art by anybody else.
Somehow this guy always gets a pass on that criticism.
Now Brush Park is starting to slowly be enveloped by this artists decorations. Wondering what some of the home owners in Brush Park think about all the stinky liquor bottles lined up in front of the old buildings…(I am assuming the empty liquor bottles are some deep comment about people leaving empty liquor bottles around…)
Just wondering where all the crazy Oopsy the Clown polka dot decorating ends ? Also wondering why this guy never gets nailed for graffiti tagging property that does not belong to him. Is it acceptable to be a graffiti artist after people give you a lot of money ?
It would appear so.