Artist ‘Don’t Fret’ Adds Wicked-Witt to His NYC Street Murals

By: Megan Facciuolo - Published: • References: dontfretart & designtaxi
NYC street murals are a common sight, but artist Jaime Rojo who goes by the alias ‘Don’t Fret’ is making them more humorous than ever. The artist’s work is usually seen around Chicago streets, but this time he dropped by the Big Apple to share his talents.

Don’t Fret left a trail of wit all over the city through murals and posters—many of which are works with insightful social commentary. One example is a poster in an alley way of a parrot with the caption, “Polly saw you commit adultery.” Another, is a picture of a pair of underwear with the headline “Laundry day is a day to reflect.”

The street art is hand drawn and wheat pasted. They are sure to brighten up any frantic New-Yorker’s day, as they are all ironically relatable. Stats for Comical City Street Art Trending: This Year & Buzzing
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