#7 Ema: 12 Wishes for 2012



For twelve days we’re presenting twelve wishes for 2012 as told by an alternating roster of artists and BSA readers, in no particular order. Together, they are a tiny snapshot of the people who are part of the street art scene around the world today. Individually, each adds their personal expression of hope for tomorrow.

Today’s wish comes from EMA, the French graffiti writer turned Street Artist and fine artist who spent one decade living in Brooklyn. Whether it’s cans on a decaying wall or finely brushed ink on an acid-free textured paper stock, the no-nonsense dreamer has only one wish for 2012;

“Stay Proud”

EMA’s photo plainly illustrates the changing nature of the ongoing conversation on the street in Brooklyn. © Ema

Read more with BSA and EMA in 2011 here:

“Breuckelen”, We Go Hard : Street Artist EMA

EMA Talks about Brooklyn: “A Place Like No Other in the World”

Street Artist EMA “Back Talk” Conversation