Stash Paints Portland for the PDX Project

By - Wednesday, August 8th, 2012

When the PDX Project started, the concept was to provide artists with an opportunity to tell their story through art and to show the positive impact it can have on the people of the community. Recently Stash created an artistic analysis of the City of Portland that celebrates the communities diversity which involves the people, cultures, subcultures, and landscapes. His work for this project characterizes the lives of people that are primarily tied together by a series of unique bridges and lampposts. The project was made by partnerships with a local McDonald’s restaurant and will also help to raise funds for the local Portland Ronald McDonald House Charity. Peep the videos below to better understand this good cause and see Stash kill it. These videos were posted by Bates on his Blog on 12ozProphet

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