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Guerrilla art

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“Guerilla art is an anonymous work (including but not limited to graffiti, signage, performance, additions, and decoration) installed, performed or attached in a public spaces, with the distinct …

“Guerilla art is an anonymous work (including but not limited to graffiti, signage, performance, additions, and decoration) installed, performed or attached in a public spaces, with the distinct purpose of affecting the world in a creative or thought-provoking way.”
The Guerilla Art Kit by Keri Smith

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  • Neon pink with white polka dots certainly help trash bags stand out from their surroundings, highlighting just how many of them there really are in an urban environment. It also provides a pop of bright, fun color in what can otherwise be a dreary cityscape. New York-based artist Adrian Kondratowicz has distributed these biodegradable bags around New YorkCity and in several countries around the world, hoping to raise environmental awareness and beautify urban spaces at the same time.
  • ‘pixelated’ water made of little blue and white boxes pouring out of a giant spigot. Deemed ‘Pixel Pour 2.0′,
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    • 1. Guerrilla Art
      Guerrilla art, also referred to as "street art", is a method of art making where the artist leaves anonymous art pieces in public places. It is often an installation in an unauthorized location. It is a way for an artist to express their views and opinions to a large audience in an anonymous way. In contrast to popular belief, guerrilla art does not have to be done with spray paint.
    • 2. Christo, Wrapped Bottle, 1958, Fabric, rope, lacquer, paint, sand and a bottle,
    • 3. Christo, Package, 1961, 51 1/4 x 70 7/8 x 13" (130 x 180 x 33 cm), Fabric, rope and twine on board, Kröller-Müller Museum, Ottlerlo, The Netherlands (Photo: Kröller-Müller Museum) © 1961 Christo
      Christo, Wrapped Vespa, 1963-64, 40 1/2 x 67 x 23" (102.9 x 170 x 58.4 cm), Polyethylene, ropes and Vespa motorcycle (Photo: André Grossmann) © 1963-64
    • 4. Christo, Dolly, 1964
      Tarpaulin, polyethylene, rope, girth and wooden box (Photo: EevaInkeri) © 1964 Christo
    • 5. Christo and Jeanne-ClaudeRunning Fence, Sonoma and Marin Counties, California, 1972-76(Photo: Wolfgang Volz)© 1976 Christo
    • 6. Christo and Jeanne-ClaudeRunning Fence, Sonoma and Marin Counties, California, 1972-76(Photo: Wolfgang Volz)© 1976 Christo
    • 7. Christo and Jeanne-Claude Running Fence
      Christo and Jeanne-ClaudeRunning Fence, Sonoma and Marin Counties, California, 1972-76
    • 8. ChristoRunning Fence(Project for Marin and Sonoma Counties, State of California)Drawing 1976 in two parts
    • 9.  
      Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Wrapped Reichstag, Berlin, 1971-95 (Photo: Wolfgang Volz) © 1995 ChristoImage
    • 10. Christo
      ChristoWrapped Reichstag(Project for Berlin)Collage 1980 in two parts
    • 11. Christo and Jeanne-ClaudeWrapped Walk Ways, Jacob Loose Park, Kansas City, Missouri, 1977-78(Photo: Wolfgang Volz)
      © 1978 Christo
    • 12.
    • 13. Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Surrounded Islands, Biscayne Bay, Greater Miami, Florida, 1980-83 (Photo: Wolfgang Volz) © 1983
      Christo and Jeanne-Claude,
      Surrounded Islands, Biscayne Bay, Greater Miami, Florida, 1980-83 (Photo: Wolfgang Volz) © 1983 ChristoImage
    • 14. Artists possibly inspired by Christo
      An equestrian statue of Lord Napier wrapped in red tape by Eleonora Aguiari in 2004.
      An equestrian statue of Lord Napier wrapped in red tape by Eleonora Aguiari in 2004.
      An equestrian statue of Lord Napier wrapped in red tape by Eleonora Aguiari in 2004.
      by Cedric Bernadotte in Pau France 2008
      by Cedric Bernadotte in Pau France 2008
      by Cedric Bernadotte in Pau France 2008
      by Cedric Bernadotte in Pau France 2008
      by Cedric Bernadotte in Pau France 2008
      by Cedric Bernadotte in Pau France 2008
      An equestrian statue of Lord Napier wrapped in red tape by
      EleonoraAquiariin 2004
    • 15. Yarn Bombing/ Urban Knitting
      AgataOleksiak (known as Olek)
      The Polish-born queen of crochet specializes in brilliantly colored, large-scale knit-stravaganzas that add new life to an oft-drab urban landscape.
    • 16.
    • 17. Suzanne Tidwell
      Seattle, Washington USA
    • 18.
    • 19. Yarn Bombing
      Tree Cosy project
      For National Yarn Bomb Day
    • 20. Adrian Kondratowicz
      New York City
    • 21.
    • 22.
    • 23. Kelly Goeller
      Mercer Street in New York City in January 2011,
      the sculpture is thought to be the work of (or at least inspired by) artist Kelly Goeller, who created the similar
      'Pixel Pour‘ in 2008
    • 24. Joshua Allen HarrisAir Bear On the streets of New York, He creates inflatable animals by tying plastic shopping bags to the subway grates.
    • 25.
    • 26. Urban Curators
      The goal of the Urban Curators project is to engage the public in the celebration of the decaying urban environment, recog- nizing its inherent aesthetic qualities as well as the important role that it plays within our cultural habitat. The project achieves its goal by elevating common, overlooked objects and spaces within the city of Providence, Rhode Island to the level of high art.
    • 27. Urban curators
    • 28. Urban curators
    • 29. Urban curators