An American Journey
More than a reinvention of New York's most famous export, the one-liner tag also serves as a path leading pedestrians astray through landmark neighborhoods and city parks.
Its 2006 and respect for Old School is everywhere.
Technology leads street art again! Using a map, kids are able to plot things too large for the eyes- and a 5 gallon bucket carries more paint than a single gallon bucket...
Aware that he's refferencing Adam Purple's 1989 Footprints, MOMO adds: "I was in the 5th grade and came to the city for a wedding and wandered off, following these purple feet. I've thought of them ever since. Such a cool work. It gets further into how we live; it follows us, or we, it. Very clever. I assumed what I'd seen as a child was obscure and lost forever under two decades of 8 million New Yorkers, but google pulled it right up."
"look at me, I dripped some paint on the street" -M.Carter