NeSpoon PL (Polska): Lace Street Art outta Poland

NeSpoon Pl works out of (outta) Warsaw, Poland. She is from Poland. She uses lace in many different mediums: prints, clay, painted on walls, crocheted and hung.

She says she works with lace:” Because in laces there is an aesthetic code, which is deeply embedded in every culture. In every lace we find symmetry, some kind of order and harmony, isn’t that what we all seek for instinctively?”

Maybe. Just saying. I kinda dig asymmetry and chaos too.

On doing street art she said: “Why street art? Because it gives freedom.”


I will focus on NeSpoon PL pieces that are found in the street (or on the beach).

Nijmegen 2014 (town in the Netherlands or Holland) invited her to come on down and do her thing.

The results:





Fabulous! Love you too Nijmegen.

Other Work


Oak Beach, Baltic Sea, Summer Holiday 2010


NeSpoon said of this piece she did for the Fame Festival in Grottaglie Italy: ” Sterntaler is perhaps the most important and most personal of my previous work. It is also my self-portrait.”


This is another piece from the Fame Festival in Italy. NeSpoon said of this abandoned monastery, “For several years, artists from all around the world paint their works here…I put my installation at the altar in the old chapel…In the background you can see an incedible work of Vhils. I renewed it a bit.”


This is a ceramic piece in a tree stump that dates from 2010-2013. NeSpoon did a series of this ceramic tree stump decorations.


This was a piece she did in an abandoned factory in Turino, Italy. NeSpoon was taking part in the SubUrbArt festival in 2012.


I am a total sucker for whimsy. This work from 2012 is nothing but whimsy.


This is tableware for pigeons from 2014. Birds eat off better tableware than I do. Who doesn’t like pigeons? I can name a lot of people.

NeSpoon PL has a very well-organized website with all her work. I highly recommend that you go over and have a look.


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