These Gracie Zenz Painted Rocks Were Inspired by Banksy

After 10-year-old Gracie Zenz saw the Banksy-directed film 'Exit Through the Gift Shop,' she was inspired to become a street artist. Zenz's father had other ideas, however, and came up with an alternative plan: paint fun faces on rocks and disperse them throughout the city.

The gallery above features a small selection of the 48 painted rocks Gracie Zenz and her family placed all over town. These adorable little rocks made their way to produce bins, fire hydrants, library shelves, bell towers, bleachers and even manholes. This artsy alternative to vandalism is a fantastic way to get kids involved in interactive art without the risk of breaking the law or destroying someone else's property. Which is your favorite painted rock by Gracie Zenz?