The 9 Best Parts from the RVA Street Art Fest

by | Sep 16, 2013 | ART

We loved everything about the RVA Street Art Festival, but here are our favorite parts:

1. Skateboarders and a freshly placed skate ramp

We loved everything about the RVA Street Art Festival, but here are our favorite parts:

1. Skateboarders and a freshly placed skate ramp

2. Scary Bear and Skeleton Witches

3. Sound installations, including the stories of GRTC Bus Drivers

4. Prints of RVA made by steam rollers

5. Classic Graffiti Tags

6. Entirely Rainbowed buildings

7. Lizard-cocktail man (Probably Hunter S. Thompson)

8. 3d umbrellas on 2d murals

9. Kids experiencing street art

Brad Kutner

Brad Kutner




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