Contrary to popular belief, you don't need a gallery space or expensive art education to share your art with the rest of the world. Take a cue from today's innovative artists who share their creative experiments directly out on the streets and in public spaces for the everyday pedestrian in unique and quirky ways. And no, you don't have to be a skilled graffiti tagger, either. Just some yarn, random knick-knacks, photos, and Post-it notes as well as other basic office supplies.
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So how about crocheting the local tree in your park? Unleashing an army of origami turtles at the local playground? Post-it note haiku on a busy intersection? Kickstart your own neighborhood street art revolution in your neck of the woods and see what happens. Your success only depends upon the weather!