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Category Archives: Street Art

Clothespins Wrapped Trees by Gerry Stecca

Clothespins Wrapped Trees by Gerry Stecca Wide

Clothespins Wrapped Trees by Gerry Stecca Long

Clothespins Wrapped Trees by Gerry Stecca

Now that is something else than knit covering trees: Covering trees with clothespins. I came across Miami, Florida, based Gerry Stecca via his first Kickstarter Project where he seeks funds for wrapping 4 trees in front of a newly opened museum, the Forth Smith Regional Art Museum in Arkansas, Arizona.

You can also find more about the project on Behancé

Says Gerry:

Well over 7000 wood clothespins are being drilled and connected by wires, creating the “sheets” which will wrap around the main trunk of 4 trees facing the front of the museum.
April 16-17 and possibly the 18th, 2013 will find me on site, mostly on tall ladders, adapting the pieces made in warm Miami to the cold Arkansas trees. On site changes will be made to accommodate branches, etc and secure the work against weather and passerby’s touch, which is encourage as it is an interactive piece.

Upon completion, the work will remain for an undetermined amount of time for museum guests and regular city traffic to discover and enjoy.

The project is partially funded however I need to cover personal and production cost.

But there is more

Wrapping trees is not the only way Gerry works with clothespins: What to think of this magnificient Hammer Shark?

Clothespins Hammer Shark

Looking Away from the Homeless (Street Art 24)

Think For Yourself

The Image

I saw this image somewhere on Tumblr. I clipped it (presses it to be more precisely, using a WordPress snipped of code) as a draft post for future use here. Then it disappeared from Tumblr, but using search image of Google i got this search result from Google. Nifty! You just drop your image in the search box and see who has written about it.

The Campaign

Through Zuza Fun and Scary Ideas I learned this to be part of a CLM BBDO agency campaign for a newspaper, Metro News: Think For Yourself! It demonstrates even ad agencies can create street art. Love it!