Street Art: The Wild Adventures of Joe Iurato’s Tiny Wooden Figures

March 18, 2014 in Street Art | 1 Comment

Inspired by various stages of his life, from skateboarding to breakdancing and rock climbing to the experiences of fatherhood, New Jersey-based artist Joe Iurato creates tiny wooden figures and sets them loose in public places. The daring little people dangle from bridges, swing from street signs, and often create their own “art” in the form of painted slogans left of sidewalks and curbs.

Via ThisIsColossal

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One Response to Street Art: The Wild Adventures of Joe Iurato’s Tiny Wooden Figures

  1. marlon

    street art rules

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