Artist Shows The Sorrow Of Thrown Away Objects He Finds In The Streets By Drawing Sad Clown Faces On Them – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Artist Shows The Sorrow Of Thrown Away Objects He Finds In The Streets By Drawing Sad Clown Faces On Them

Some artists provoke change with their art and others try to make people smile. LA-based street artist Lonesome Town combined both by adding faces on thrown away furniture.

For over a year now this unknown street hero has been putting sad clown faces on sofas, chairs, TVs, shelves that were thrown away, showing how heartbroken these pieces of furniture were.

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