Street Eraser: Photoshop-Friendly Public Art

March 24, 2014 | Andy Cush

Guus Ter Beek and Tayfun Serier’s “Street Eraser” project makes public spaces look like they’ve been photoshopped. The pair use what look like vinyl-cut stickers to emblazon the checkered pattern associated with Adobe’s image-editing software on street art and advertising, adding a bit of whimsy to the urban environment. That both men are advertising creatives by day kinda sorta complicates any subversive edge it might have otherwise had — but hey, it’s fun to look at, isn’t it?. They’ve published their exploits, of course, on Tumblr.