| f8dagrate wrote:|
It's not racist, says
Lisa Albanese who leaves the art on celebrity graves, she says, as a sign of respect.
Albanese told LAist, “As soon as this was brought to my attention I
reached out to Forest Lawn, because the last thing I want to do is
offend anyone. I am more in shock and saddened that some people have
been misinterpreting my colorful smiley face.
You can see some of her pics here: http://bassasblog.wordpress.com/2012/03/11/lisa-found-me/
Earlier today I featured the amazing colorful smiley faces that Lisa
Albanese paints on pebbles and leaves next to names she finds etched in
concrete. Lisa had found the little person’s name and De’s.
Lisa found me!
There is some corner of a foreign field (California) that is for ever Bassa!
P.S. You can see lots of wonderful pictures
of Lisa’s smileys on her Facebook page (Lisa Albanese). In addition to
placing smileys next to names etched in concrete Lisa also places them
next to amazing street art.