Project Description

The Artists

  • Cat Lady - Kansas

    (Cat Lady's interview has not been completed yet.)
  • Super Girl - Kansas

    (Super Girl's interview has not been completed yet.)
  • Sparker - Los Angeles

    (Sparker's interview has not been completed yet.)
  • Free-dah - St. Paul

    (Free-dah’s interview has not been completed yet.)
  • Centavo - Los Angeles

    Centavo had a shaky start in the art world. After being criticized by her pre-school teacher for finger painting her paper solid orange, she didn’t paint for several decades. Once she started again, a steady flow of creations have emerged. We asked her “Why become a guerilla artist?” She answered, “I love the sneaking around part.”

About Us

  • Anonymous Guerilla Artists are leaving art, messages and books in public places for strangers to stumble upon. Their motivation? To bring surprise, smiles and good karma to unsuspecting strangers who come upon inconspicuous art and messages during their daily lives.


  • Want to participate? Just send an email to: FoundGuerillaArt (at) gmail (dot) com with your story. Photos are welcomed.

September 02, 2008

August 20, 2008

August 19, 2008

August 16, 2008

August 15, 2008

August 12, 2008

August 08, 2008

August 07, 2008

August 06, 2008

August 05, 2008

I Found It

  • If you found a piece from The Guerilla Art Project, let us know. Leave a comment or send an email to FoundGuerillaArt (at) gmail (dot) com.

Guerilla Art Bag

  • Suggested supplies for your guerilla art bag:
    • scissors
    • heavy duty stapler
    • tape
    • Sharpies
    • small notebook
    • camera

Our Inspiration

  • Keri Smith’s new book, The Guerilla Art Kit is a wonderful guide to spark your imagination and perhaps even start an artistic revolution. Take your creative energy to the streets and change lives. You can learn how in this amazing book. (By the way, this is a great gift idea.)