|Yup, evidence of Shepard Fairey, whose stickers I've incorporated into an encaustic mixed media piece called "Obey Yourself"|
Near the Fairey graffti was this other huge piece, but I couldn't find any evidence of the artist's name.
The fair was located at the Ice Palace Film studio which was cavernous and a perfect place for hundreds of galleries to show their work. But before you walk into the place, there is this
|Sputnik Returned by Brandon Vickerd|
|Guns made of candy|
|"Dinner for Getting Lost" by MK Guth - Elizabeth Leach Gallery|
I think this is the artist's name for the following photos of a small installation. Brilliant idea dealing with travel and trade, but it would have been nice to know which gallery it was from. Unfortunately the Pulse program just names the galleries and not the artists.
I had to stop this young woman and ask to take a photo of her and her living hat, yes that's moss and live plants on her head. She didn't have a card with her name on it and of course I've forgotten it, but she works for a local company called Plant the Future. I really want one of those hats.