Ideally, we artists prefer more control over our work, but in the public domain away from any financial motivations, art can show a side of humanity that is compelling, generous, and interactive. While having the artwork seen by thousands, a great by-product of doing it outside the trade-offs of having art in public can be substantial: No credit on various selfies taken, damage from the elements (weather, tagging, demolishing of a structure), other artists painting over it, other people making money off of it and not giving credit, the physicality of getting the work done, just to name a few of the challenges of "street art". This is likely the reason why more does not exist. Street art exists in a liminal place and lends to the richness of the human experience.
This section of the portfolio consists of street works done that were destroyed, no longer exist, or was stolen.