Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Phila Street Art: 45th and Walnut

I found these two figures in a small alley between two buildings on 45th street near Walnut Street. This technique is called "wheatpasting." The medium is pen on paper and the art is stuck to the wall with wheatpaste; equal parts flour and water, heated until thick. It's a basic adhesive akin to wallpaper paste, often used in paper mache. Loves it.


Nicole said...

Wow, you have been a very busy blogger and crafter and doing interesting things-er. That was an amazingly creative redo on that jacket below! Who would have thunk it? I know we will connect in a more personal way soon! For now, excellent blogging!

Sarah said...

Very cool. I like your street art pictures. I don't see any of that up here in rural New Hampshire!