When you think of graffiti, you don’t immediately think of success. After all, graffiti is considered destruction of property, right? So why is the city of Keller looking to hire someone who vandalized their park?
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The the first image was found on January 11, 2017 when the city’s parks department discovered a beautiful image of a prancing doe on the wall of tunnel. What was their response? They added a photo of it on Facebook, asking the artists to call them!
“We’d still like to meet you to discuss options for prepping the wall better, etc., for your work,” the city wrote on Facebook, adding that the parks department and Public Arts Board are excited about the surprise paintings.
Most scribbles you find in parks aren’t nearly as positive and uplifting as these images. Who knows, the artist may have found success by vandalizing the park!
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