Today the Washington Post wrote about artist Bryant K. Adams, who designed some stickers I noticed in the neighborhood a few months ago. The stickers, pictured here, are on utility boxes and such around the town, causing some folks on this blog to debate whether it's art or litter. He also does sculpture and photography, including one piece at 14th and V.
It's an interesting article, and there's a photo gallery as well. And they mentioned my blog, which is pretty cool.
Personally I like street art like this and interesting, artistic graffiti, but not the gang- or crew-related stuff. And then there's the posters for events that people stick to utility boxes and street poles, like the ANSWER Coalition. I'm not a fan of those, because they're up for months at a time, often well after the event has happened.
Some people see them all as the same thing, but I think there's a difference.