InkTober and the Kitchen Cart

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First there was a great wooden kitchen cart that I found put out to trash in Manayunk.

Then… there was InkTober.

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Inspired by Ben Hatke of the Zita the Spacegirl series and Jake Parker of Missile Mouse series? Yep, these kids were game. And at first… at first paper was enough for us.

But the supplies were on the kitchen cart… and they know my feelings about artistic graffiti created in the right situations… Sooo…

It’s been a week and they’re still drawing. The kitchen cart that almost went into a landfill, now has a new life as a work of art.

 

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Filed under Collaborative Art, Drawing, Home Art, Inspiration & Imagination

3 responses to “InkTober and the Kitchen Cart

  1. trojanwalls

    Awww. Also beautiful. Can we get a full view of the cart with all its new graffiti? =)

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  2. It’s coming soon… They’re still working on it 😉

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  3. Pingback: Never Ending Art | Juniper Trail Arts

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