Free art draws crowds of collectors in Tacoma

A guerrilla arts project called Beautiful Angle has been giving away free posters for 15 years.

It happens around sunset one random evening a month. A treasure hunt in the streets of Tacoma.

“I think it’s just a cool thing you only find here,” said Joe Vasiliauskas.”Free art basically on telephone poles”.

There are crowds gathering on a 6th Avenue sidewalk and people screaming with joy.

The cause of all this commotion: limited edition, hand crafted, letterpress posters designed by a guerilla art project, created by graphic designer Lance Kagey and writer Tom Llewellyn. They call themselves Beautiful Angle.

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2018-06-25T14:10:37+00:00March 26th, 2018|Cultural Arts, Media, Neighborhoods|0 Comments