Site-Specific Street Art By JPS
Street artist JPS from UK creates small and large-scale site-specific paintings, stencil works, and installation on city streets.
“I got into street art in 2009 after visiting Banksy’s excellent museum exhibition which inspired me to face up my problems with drinking and drugs. I replaced all that buzz with illegally painting, although the greatest part is people liking my work and being able to feel as though I’m giving something back to the world. Here is a selection of some of my works,” he says.
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