Tag Archives: WRDSMTH

Happily Ever After

FullSizeRender 62As you may have noticed from my previous posts, I love the artist WRDSMTH. The catchy yet inspirational phrases and typewriters are pasted on street walls and telephone booths across the world. It becomes a scavenger hunt trying to find the newest post. Ever wanted to have a WRDSMTH original? Now you can! WRDSMTH has partnered with Paper & Fabric to create posters, t-shirts and tank tops of his sayings and typewriters. Here is mine.

Words of Wisdom

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After seeing my first WRDSMTH street art a few months ago I am now constantly searching the streets for more of its works. The other night I was ecstatic when I stumbled upon two works pasted to the side of two different London red telephone booths. These two text pieces provide words of wisdom for taking chances in their relationships. Have you seen any WRDSMTH works? If so, please tell me!

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Paint by Numbers

IMG_5000The red telephone booth of London seems somewhat prehistoric in this digital era. A telephone booth in Covent Garden differs from its brethren by displaying a cry for creativity. The message mourns the societal practice of preaching the need of  “painting by numbers” and urges us to instead “create what you feel.” A pretty nice philosophy imprinted on the face of London’s iconic telephone booth.