7x7 | Street artist fnnch bombs downtown San Francisco with 450 cute-AF honey bears
San Francisco has been officially "sign bombed." And if you happen to walk through downtown today and find yourself feeling unusually sweet on the city, it likely has something to do with the seemingly endless number of paper, golden honey bears stuck to light and utility poles.
So, where did this adorable art come from?
It's all the work of local street artist fnnch, who on Sunday, along with 24 of his friends, posted 450 of his iconic honey bears—we know you've seen them before—as part of his just-launched campaign to decriminalize the use of stickers and wheatpaste (a temporary glue) and support a new, legal kind of street art called "sign bombing." The intent: to stir up dialogue about how we use our public spaces.
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