Author(s): Jenny Foulds
Graffiti gets a bad name. It doesn't have to be all doom and gloom in a spray can - it can be used to make people laugh and as a voice for up-beat communication. Curated by street-art blogger Jenny Foulds, Happy Graffiti celebrates graffiti and street art that is sometimes funny, poignant or risque but always uplifting. Happy Graffiti contains 120 photographs of pictures, words and phrases that have been sprayed, written or etched on wood, concrete, toilet walls, brick walls, pavements and other surfaces in public spaces.
An irresistible collection of funny, sometimes rude and often moving street art from the Happy Graffiti blogger.
Jenny Foulds is the voice of Happy Graffiti where she curates a gallery of positive, funny and uplifting street art and graffiti. She can be found snapping photos around the UK, whilst also having daily chatter with her community of like-minded happy souls on her website happygraffiti.com and other aspects of social media. Jenny gets her hands dirty by making upbeat screenprints for her online shop. She left her hometown of Edinburgh seven years ago and now lives in a converted hat factory in North London.