Empty Windows Become Canvas For Public Art
Street-artist, spray paint can maestro Banksy once said, "A wall is a very big weapon. It's one of the nastiest things you can hit someone with.”
With that sentiment in mind the folks at Southfield-based Farbman Group, 323East Gallery in Royal Oak, and Street Culture Mash(SCM) Studios of Detroit have teamed up to create "Woodward Windows," a curated public art gallery that transforms the windows of vacant buildings and turns them into something worth looking at.
Participating artists in the recently unveiled exhibition include:
Ron English, Tristan Eaton, TrustoCorp, Gregory Holm, Tom Thewes, Chris Turner, Dave Krieger, Beau Stanton, Matt Eaton, MECA, AVONE, Sean Desmond, The Tenderloin Project, Jason Vaughn, Eno Laget and more.
Check out the video but, more importantly, go check out the art! Learn more here