When Brianna Wannar and her boyfriend go shopping in London, they find a shop that’s got a mural of a lion in the window.
“I’m like, ‘It’s like a cartoon,’ ” Wu told Rolling Stone.
“It’s kind of like a weird dream, but also a weird nightmare.”
And Wu has some ideas on how to take her dream to the next level.
In the months that followed, the two decided to put together a team to do a project inspired by a painting that Wu found in the street: The Panda Street art in Brianna’s neighborhood.
Wu decided to create the mural after she discovered a painting by a local artist named Alex Kott.
The painting shows a black and white lion with its paw raised above its head.
“That painting is actually the original painting by Alex Kotsa,” Wu said.
It was then that Wu decided the best way to get the project off the ground was to paint the entire neighborhood. “
So I said, ‘Okay, I’ll just paint it up and put it on the wall of this place.'”
It was then that Wu decided the best way to get the project off the ground was to paint the entire neighborhood.
“If I’m going to do it, I have to do something to get it out there,” Wu explained.
“In the beginning, I was just like, I’m just going to put it up in my house.”
So Wu’s team put together the mural on the same day.
“The whole idea was to go down to the street and just paint,” she said.
“[Then] the next day, I would just go up there and paint it.
And the next week, the next month.
And it kind of just snowballed.”
“I don’t know how many times I’ve seen it,” Wu continued.
The mural is part of an effort by Wu and her team to highlight the importance of people’s connections to the Earth. “
People see it and they think, ‘Oh, I guess I can’t do that.'”
The mural is part of an effort by Wu and her team to highlight the importance of people’s connections to the Earth.
Wu said the mural will serve as a “visual reminder” that even though many of us have to make sacrifices, the Earth is still alive.
“We can be connected to the planet, the environment, our bodies, even our minds, through the power of art,” she told Rolling Ball.
“Art is one of the things that we can do to make this world better.”
Wu’s art project is part a larger movement of activists around the world who are taking the fight for change to the streets.
“A lot of us in the US are living in this city where we don’t have much,” Wu told me.
“At the same time, there are so many issues that we’re seeing in our country and around the globe that have to be addressed, and so many of the artists who are doing it are trying to do that in the city as well.”
Wu said her mural is not a reaction to Trump’s presidency, but rather to the climate change issues the US faces.
“To me, it’s more a symbolic thing,” she explained.
And we’re at a time where there’s an opportunity to take a stand on climate change.” “
You know, we’re in a war right now with the world’s biggest threat: climate change.
And we’re at a time where there’s an opportunity to take a stand on climate change.”
Wu has her work displayed at places like the Whitney Museum in New York, the New Museum in Boston, the American Museum of Natural History in New Haven, and more.
“When you’re working in this world, you don’t see it.
You just see it,” she continued.
Wu added that she is also interested in working with the artist himself.
“He’s been really kind of the catalyst for me,” she added.
“Because he’s not just one of these guys who’s in New Zealand or Paris.
He’s got this amazing voice, he’s got all these incredible experiences and he’s like, this is my story, and this is who I am.”
Wu hopes the work will inspire more people to take action.
“These are really young people, and they need to understand that we need to make a difference,” she concluded.
“They need to hear that, because we’re all connected.”