I am a proud 80’s baby from The Bronx, New York, where street art was born. Graffiti art boomed when I was a wee lass, so I grew up around incredible stencil graffiti, wheat-pasted poster art, sticker art, and street installations. In high school I had an instructor who was well-known for his craft. Brett Cook-Dizney is an artist and educator, and by the end of an art class I wish I had, he created a beautiful mural in the parking lot of our school of my classmates. The mural remains at the Forsyth Street location of Satellite Academy High School.
To pay homage to street art, I have joined with Perrier® Sparkling Natural Mineral Water to celebrate its Limited Edition bottles. Perrier has worked with three world-renowned street artists – Sasu (Japan), Kobra (Brazil) and JonOne (New York/Paris) – Having each put his own artistic spin on the iconic bottles and cans. Visit here (waiting for link) to find out more about the artists, their creative process and discover your favorite design.
H&M Melange Coat in Wool Blend, Les Miserables As Fuq Tee, Zara 5 Pocket Jeans, GANT Rugger #Grail Sweatshirt, Adidas Extaball Shoes, Bing Bang Tiny Baguette Ring in Clear Crystal and Blue Grey, H&M 3-Pack Rings (similar here)
This post is sponsored by Perrier® Sparkling Natural Mineral Water in celebration of its new limited Street Art® edition. This limited edition packaging is a collaboration between Perrier and three of the world’s influential street artists: JonOne, Sasu and Kobra. To see the full line of collectible designs and learn more about this exciting debut, visit SocietePerrier.com/StreetArtbyPerrier and join the conversation with #StreetArtByPerrier