Bring on more origami paper-mandala graffiti. This nice Brant Ward photo from the Chronicle shows a renegade piece of street art that turned up earlier this week on the back wall of the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. A group called UpsideUp took credit (although I wanted to). The Chron’s article by Sam Whiting also quoted museum director Jay Xu as saying: “It’s a great thing that our museum is in such a dynamic neighborhood that artists choose to use our wall as a canvas.”
The museum let “Fly” stay up. But the wind had other ideas, sending the folded paper aflutter, piece by piece. Which may be just what the artists intended.