Grandma and street art

A great deal of craftsmanship pundits and government authorities would contend that supposed road workmanship is simply celebrated graffiti, best case scenario and demonstrations of vandalism even under the least favorable conditions.

It is not remarkable for even the most celebrated bits of road workmanship to be painted over by committee contractual workers or the proprietors of the structures on which they were painted. Each trying craftsman inevitably keeps running into the same issue, getting their fine art before potential purchasers and galleries. Grace Brett, an century old figure, still alive is making the definition street photography. Effortlessness has affirmed that age is no boundary to taking an interest in a contemporary undertaking. via | SWNS (h/t: mentalfloss, pressandjournal) | via boredpanda