GUERRILLA MOSAIC BOMBING PROJECT
Co-creating the narrative of street art in Cape Town. Piecing together artists, businesses, residents and visitors.
Street art has the potential to benefit urban environments by creating a safer community and generating relationships between constituents and businesses
In New York City, scholars of urban art found that an increase in street art led to relatively low rates of crime when compared to other neighbourhoods of the city. Banksy elevated guerrilla street art into a revered artform, his clever stencils commenting on political, social, cultural and ecological indiscretions.
We believe there is scope to extend the project beyond this initial phase, to create a community supporting this project in the inner city.