Aisha Ronniger Exposes Her Art Via Paperboy-Style Giveaways

By: Kari Pritchard - Published: Jul 17, 2009 • References: & digg
Looking for a way to get your art out into the public eye? Berlin-born artist Aisha Ronniger has the answer. Inspired by the old-school paper boys (or girls), Ronniger decided to roll up some of her art, hop on a bike and toss it to pedestrians, free of charge.

Now Aisha Ronniger has a whole posse of paper boys and girls pedaling their way towards steely glutes and public exposure. On the other hand, the public gets exposed to urban art they may never have had the chance to lay their eyes on otherwise. The Papergirl movement is now heading to the U.S. among other places, so keep your peepers open for art flying your way. Stats for Guerrilla Art Gifts Trending: Older & Chilly
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