When I walk the streets of New York City and Brooklyn or travel to anywhere else in the world, I am struck by graffiti that goes beyond familiar curse words -- public art works, really, that use the world as its canvas. I like to keep a photographic log of these art pieces, and look forward to filling David Stark Sketchbook with my findings. Here’s one I discovered over the weekend. So weird: A perfect, geometric box drawn in tape – how considerate to the neighborhood! If anyone takes great offense, they can simply peel it off. I like to imagine an artist like Donald Judd or Carl Andre sneaking out late at night, drawing on buildings, inciting the people to come together with radical notions of minimalism – HA!