i dont get it
Wah wah wahhh. Swing and miss. Waste of fruit.
at least someone is thinking outside of the box.... the rest of LA's so called street artists seem to be buying their "how to be a street artist kit" at Walmart.
i dunno thats pretty lame lol
i don't get it either but i like it and want onei'm looking for this street right now
the same kit that F.H. bought a few years back?
Wow This is soooooo sick in every way. I Love ITWes
Well, at least the photos are good.
Great StuffWent looking for the Tree couldn't find itor maybe someone grabbed all apple grenades before i found them
tooo DEEP . . . (((@_@))) WELL SAID
Street artists are all terrorists: http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2011/05/03/suspicious-package-halts-gold-line-service-in-downtown-la/;-)
Art is the best weapon...Keep on Smashin' Homie!!!
This fOol & all his dumb wheatpaste friends are toys with no balls. For real graffiti .
While I am not in any way a fan of the stuff this guy makes - I have to admit this really takes the cake in showing how poorly thought out the consequences of his actions are - or his lack of caring about how his work effects the city. Putting anything that remotely resembles a EXPLOSIVE device, art installation or not - near a subway station was just a horrible idea. Not only did he cost the city and tax payers thousands of dollars (metro/commuter time, bomb squad, sheriffs dept. etc), but he elevated the potential risk of people being hurt caused by panic. The irony here is that this is likely the only piece of work he has made that really had any potential for substance and that was able to illicit such a response outside of it just being fluff - like the current generation of poorly executed street "art" going up around L.A. - the notion of provoking thought and actually executing quality work by hand has been forgotten, and now cheap gimmicks, internet fame and lame clip art reign supreme.