Street art is living up to its ubiquitous name and taking it to new heights, namely, up 14m of the Kelburn Castle in Scotland. As if a graffed-up Scottish castle wasn't cool enough, the art itself is being headed up by the world-recognized Brazilian Sao Paolo Crew of street-artists Os Gemeos, Nina Pandolfo and Nunca. The project begins May 12 and will unfold over 30 days where you can watch the process @ http://www.thegraffitiproject.net/home.
Turns out, a family actually lives in the castle, and the project head, David Boyle, is a direct descendant of the first Earl of Glasgow. Of the project, David's dad--Lord Glasgow--is pretty pumped, waiting with "excitement and trepidation" to see the result of this magnificent culture-bending, time-transcending art collaboration. Word, dude Sir.