Bumblebee Raises Youth Homelessness Awareness


Taking a break from beautifying abandoned public phone booths, Bumblebee took to the streets for a much more serious cause. Using his trademark yellow and black stripes, the street artist painted a couple large scale murals on the side of buildings in Los Angeles. The series, entitled Passed Out, is part of an ongoing effort to raise awareness for youth homelessness.







Bumblebee on Flickr
via [Unurth], [Arrested Motion]



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