“TREE HOLLOW GIRL” WANG YUE paints the cold winter with cuteness. Painting by herself on the quiet streets of Shijiazhuang, Wang YUE decorates rotting tree hollows with her creativity. A mother bear with her baby, a cute white kitten, a playful squirrel, and a sunset by the river – these are all pieces by the “Tree Hollow Girl” Wang Yue. She hopes that her little creations will bring color and warmth to the cold and hazy winter of her hometown. f you spot street / urban art (graffiti, stencil, wheat-paste, etc.) anywhere in China, please share it with us at EDGE@Neocha.com. We’d like to document it on NeochaEDGE. For more from WANG YUE on NeochaEDGE, link here. For more street / urban art in China on NeochEDGE, link here. /// Xiaoyu Wang -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- “tree hollow girl” ///

 

 

 

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