Beautiful Blue Butterflies Swarm the City


Beautiful blue swarms of butterflies have been recently covering the streets of Indianapolis. From a distance, you may think that a new breed of monochromatic butterflies have just flown in, but upon closer inspection, you’ll soon realize that this phenomenon is actually a project by Indiana-based artist Tasha Lewis.

Named the Guerilla Sculpture, Lewis creates a blur of blue wings in an urban environment. From newspaper stands to No Parking signs, random part of the city are beautified, where those passing by will be pleasantly surprised by the bits of nature that are flocking around.













Tasha Lewis’s website
via [It’s Nice That]



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