Saber’s New York City #DefendTheArts Skywriting Campaign
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On Sunday in NYC the sky was crystal clear as a squadron of 5 airplanes left small clouds above the city for Saber’s #DefendTheArts skywriting campaign. Messages were layed across the sky for an hour and a half, bringing awareness to arts organizations Mitt Romney will cut from the national budget if elected. One dot-matrix style message said things from “Protect NPR PBS NEA from cuts” to rallying social media communities with things like “#MittRomneyHatesArt.” Saber is known for producing public works bigger and bolder than any uncommissioned artist in history, and it only seems fitting for this graffiti artist to address Romeny’s ignorance with lettering for the entire city to see. In addition to his overtly political messages, Saber didn’t forget to shout out his artistic partners and crews that have been a support and motivation from the Guinness World Record book holding LA River piece to this historic skywriting campaign.
Source: Brooklyn Street Art