“The anonymous artist painting city utility boxes in the name of equality, love and Keith Haring has been nabbed…”
is is how the story began in an article on March 19, 2014 posted online at http://jacksonville.com/news/crime/2014-03-19/story/sheriffs-office-arrests-unmasks-keith-harings-ghost
Here are the only three remaining images in the city of Jacksonville related to this street art triumph. When this particular event occurred in Jacksonville, this is when I started paying attention to the scene there. Anyone that puts beautiful work out there with strong social messages and with an obvious respect for a pioneering iconic artist…is a hero in my book. Not a villain:
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This is great. I love this creativity. It should be encouraged to brighten up dull architecture that should only be torn down if it is not used as a canvas for such creativity.