Jay Walker’s Plaid Shirt Euro Tour in Pictures

If you didn’t hear, Jay Walker spent about a month of summer traveling across Europe, installing his plaid shirts in public spaces. 

(They’re all made from tape.) 

 

Plaid Shirt: Reykjavík 2018 Tape on Glass #jywlkr #tapeart . Sponsored by @klebeland . . #plaidshirt#plaid#tape#guerillaart#graffiti#graffitiart#streetart#contemporaryart#installation#installationart#reykjavik#reykavík#reykavikart#iceland#icelandart#icelandstreetart

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He took trains and planes through 15 countries, hanging a total of 17 plaid shirts. Another 9 shirts were left with artist friends, who will hang them up in several other countries worldwide.

 

Plaid Shirt: Vienna Tape on glass 2018 #jywlkr #tapeart . Sponsored by @klebeland . #plaidshirt#plaid#tape#guerillaart#graffiti#graffitiart#streetart#contemporaryart#installation#installationart#viennaart #viennastreetart #viennaigers #wien #weinart

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Plaid Shirt: Florence 2018 Tape on Glass #jywlkr #tapeart . Sponsored by @klebeland . . #plaidshirt#plaid#tape#guerillaart#graffiti#graffitiart#streetart#contemporaryart#installation#installationart #florenceart#florencestreetart#florencegram#florencegrams#florenceigers

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This was all made possible thanks to the generous sponsorship of Klebeland (https://klebeland.de).  Awesome work, Jay!

 

Plaid Shirt: Ljubljana, Slovenia 2018 Tape on glass #jywlkr #tapeart . Sponsored by @klebeland . . #plaidshirt#plaid#tape#guerillaart#graffiti#graffitiart#streetart#contemporaryart#installation#installationart#ljubljana#ljubjanamoments #ljubjanaart #sloveniaart #sloveniastreetart

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