“I don’t know how I ended up a street artist,” says Kofke. “I really don’t.”
by Jayne McGinn
images by Jenna Duffy
Jason Kofke started bringing his weird brand of optimism to the streets by writing “Everything Will Be Ok” on condom machines and toilets before it adorned depictions of tragedies such as plane crashes. The phrase is polarizing, igniting anger or catharsis in most of its viewers, both of which Kofke sees as a misinterpretation.
“I see it more of a question. Will everything be ok?”