Aaron Zenz and His Family Created Fun, Graffiti-Style Rock Characters

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 8, 2011 • References: isaacgracelily.blogspot & neatorama
Inspired by Banksy's documentary 'Exit Through The Gift Shop,' Aaron Zenz's children (in particular, his daughter Gracie) became smitten with the idea of being street artists. Not wanting to encourage vandalism (even if it was in the name of art), Aaron Zenz came up with an ingeniously stealthy way to be a street artist without defacing anyone's property.

Aaron Zenz and his family painted 48 rocks with bright, cartoon-y faces and distributed them around their city. All in all, they were able to create something artsy that was publicly displayed and fun as well.

Aaron Zenz's idea is not only artistically adorable, but great for parents or older siblings looking for new ways to have fun with the kids in their life, while still maintaining creative development. Stats for Stealthy Street Art Trending: Older & Mild
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