NY Artist Transforms Car Into Public Chalkboard

Artist's chalk boardPop artist Philip Romano, 20, thought of the inventive idea to transform his 2004 Hyundai into a kind of  a moving public chalkboard recently. The NY based artist has been driving around the city inviting people to take a stab at expressing themselves on his unconventional looking canvas/vehicle.

Last week Romano parked it outside of the Museum of Modern Art, and when FOX 5 News interviewed him he said, “I just had the idea a few years ago, that when I got my first car, I wanted it to be an old used car, and I wanted to cover it in chalkboard paint and let people draw all over it.” And who doesn’t want to have a go at a little street art?

Romano even added a custom state license plate, which reads “DRAWONME.”