This black and white wheatpaste by Turnip gives the artist’s signature image a clean, minimalist feel. Who knew a root/vegetable could look so sharp. Turnip turns up in different sizes and colors, but the monochromatic rendering draws attention to the elegance of the design.
Here’s a small paste-up by Ternip. It’s very colorful and detailed; probably lots of time spent in the studio. Some people appreciate the spontaneity of graffiti but it’s also fun to see a well thought-out, professional work hanging on a stop sign. I like the black lines and silver bubbles running through the leaves, the details give this common crop some character. The dark green leaves and burgundy root complement each other well, too.
Happy weekend, yall! I can’t wait till Hoodstock tonight.