JPS' City Street Art Pays Close Attention to Useful Elements

By: Laura McQuarrie - Dec 18, 2014
References: facebook & thisiscolossal
These examples of creative city street art from UK-based artist JPS show clever thinking that's all about location, location, location. Like thousands of other street art pieces out there, JPS' work can be found on the sides of walls, but the placement of the stencils is really what sets this witty street art apart.

For example, a crack in the wall is used by JPS to create the illusion of a water leak, paired with an art piece of white water rafters that are about to make a narrow escape. Another fun one is a stencil of a ship, placed perfectly so that the vessel appears to be sitting atop a real body of water.