Candlelit Street Art

Candlelit Street Art

Wooster Collective points us to the art of KNOW HOPE that's currently being seen on the streets of Tel-Aviv. The artist uses candle lit lanterns within his pieces.

Guy Brighton
  • 6 june 2007

Wooster Collective points us to the art of KNOW HOPE that’s currently being seen on the streets of Tel-Aviv. The artist uses candlelit lanterns within his pieces. The artist told WC:

What i like about the lanterns is that it deals with the frail temporary aspect of putting up art in street.if i take the best case scenario (that nobody takes the piece after a short while and there are no extreme winds or rain) then the longest life span of these pieces will be that of the candles, which is probably just a few hours.

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