Looks like Street Art is not beyond the scope of Scope.
Such clever headlines like that you are not getting anywhere else.
Street Artist Gaia just finished up one of his new biowonder agri-tech nightmare pieces in beautiful (minus the monsoon) Miami for the Scope Fair.
It’s really fun that we saw some of the preliminary sketchy ideas on his laptop a couple of months ago and now there is this giant siamese FrankenChicken on a wall someplace.
Probably one of the pharma-agri-chemical companies will sue the wheatpaste right offa that piece for inflammatory inferences about genetically modified food.
This portrait probably looks better placed than most of Gaia’s usual street art wonders because it has a back drop of vibrant aqua and some kind of patterning.
Alas, since it is on the street it is also obfuscated by things like cars parked right in front of it when you are trying to take a durn pic of it.
Thanks Gaia for keeping us abreast of the animonster evolution!
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