I’ve skipped out on my mid week inspiration break the past few weeks, but when I saw this on Design Milk yesterday, I couldn’t pass up sharing it with you all today. I’m a complete sucker for any sort of sneaky craftiness in the urban setting which is why I love A Common Name’s Geode Street Art Project by Los Angeles-based graphic designer and artist Paige Smith.
These tiny sculptures made from folded shiny paper fill in the cracks and crevices found in any urban environment. They fill in the voids that would otherwise be overlooked or considered ugly and transform them into something beautiful.
Head on over to Paige’s website to see more photos of her street art and her other work! Does this inspire you to take a second look at some of the urban remnants in your city? How could you recreate those spaces?
Enjoy your Wednesday!
*all photos from A Common Name