While recently visiting family for the holidays in Kentucky, we often visited Louisville (Luha-ville) and each time we drove through town, there was a new and exciting piece of Street Art on the side of a building. New for me, mind you.
Most of the street art I discovered while visiting Louisville I felt was more “art” than graffiti and was actually quite interesting to look at and interpret, or simply admire.
What exactly is “Street Art”?
Artists take to the streets to fill empty spaces on the sides of buildings and other public spaces that are either plain or rundown, and turn them into a artsy masterpiece. Walls become an open canvas for creative, colorful, unique pieces of artwork to be displayed.
Bryan Patrick Todd is a Louisville-based designer who has done local work for several businesses.
Address: 415 East Market Street, Louisville KY
Sometimes, Street Art is also referred to as “Urban Art” or “Guerrilla Art” and is different than your every...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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