RJFC Hits Brussels! ~ Stickers #38, #39 & #40
On two separate trips to Brussels recently, I made these stickers using only trash found on the streets there.
RJFC Sticker #38 was completed using trash found on the streets of Brussels.
I made it while sitting at Le Pain Quotidien in the Galerie de la Reine in Brussels.
I left it the same day on a wooden construction barrier beside the Montana Shop & Gallery Brussels along Rue de la Madeleine. (above)
RJFC Sticker #39 was also completed using trash found on the streets there
and made while sitting at Le Pain Quotidien in the Galerie de la Reine in Brussels.
I left it the same day on a Taxi Parking sign in Brussels near Rue du Marché aux Herbes.(above)
RJFC Sticker #40 was completed a few weeks later, also using trash found on the streets of Brussels.
I made it while sitting at Café de la Presse on Avenue Louise near Ixelles in Brussels.
I left it the same day on a Dior perfume advertisement outside the Ici Paris XL perfume shop
on Chaussée de Waterloo at the intersection of Rue Vanderkindere.
Brussels is a great place to find materials on the ground to work with and also a great place for stickers. I see new and interesting ones every time I visit.
More coming soon!
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USING TRASH OFF THE STREETS TO MAKE ART ON THE STREETS.
I use only trash and found items to collage these handmade, signed & numbered stickers. They are made to compliment my larger works which in which I use trashy paperback book covers, record & magazine covers, CDs, posters, postcards and other mass-produced media as a base for my hand-cut & paste collages, which I usually leave out on the streets for anyone to enjoy (or destroy.)
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