Urban Lace. The Softer Side of Street Art by Poland Artist NeSpoon.

NeSpoon, an artist from Warsaw, Poland works in several different mediums such as spray paint, concrete, macramé and ceramics, but almost always incorporates a lace pattern in her projects. She explains “What interests me in art is the expression of positive emotions. On the sensual level “Thoughts” are a study of delicacy.

Street Art by Poland’s NeSpoon

Below are several images of her pretty ‘graffiti’ throughout the streets of Poland.
Street Art by Poland's NeSpoon




Her street graffiti adds a touch of elegance to otherwise cold dreary slabs of concrete, stepping stones, sides of houses and crumbling remains.











The Shrine
The project shown below, The Shrine, was created together with Maniac in Forty / Forty Gallery, Warsaw, Poland. It incorporates lace textures, lace sculptures and lace stencils.







About the artist (from her Behance site):

I was born in 2009. I create works that are somewhere in between street art, pottery, painting, sculpture and jewelery. I would like to make positive art and to deal with positive emotions. Sometimes, I also comment in my art social and political issues that I consider important.

Most of my work consist of prints of traditional laces, made in clay or painted on the walls. They are hand made, by the folk artists.

Why laces? Because in laces there is an aesthetic code, which is deeply embedded in every culture. In every lace we find symmetry, some kind of order and harmony, isn’t that what we all seek for instinctively?

Why street art? Because it gives freedom.

See more of her work at NeSpoon

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