Love the simplicity and creativity of this street-art piece by Katie Sokoler and Matt Adams. They make assumptions of what people think about on a daily basis and then attach thought bubbles on the walls of Brooklyn. As random people walk by, they snap a picture. What would be in your bubble?
More Awesome Street Art:
An Urban Kaleidoscope: Cologne, Germany (8 photos)
URBAN SPOTLIGHT – BANKSY
An Urban Artist I’d Like You to Meet – SpY: Madrid
Banksy Puts Away the Spray Paint and Opens Up a “Village Pet Store And Charcoal Grill” in NYC
Gutter Art – The 6emeia Project: So Paulo, Brazil