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 consists of work that was done on the streets that has since been destroyed and no longer exists or was stolen.