Street artist Molly Rose Freeman lets her art transform urban spaces. From soulless, uninspiring surroundings her paintings develop and grow, ‘I use basic geometric shapes so they can become anything, move any way they want. I don’t know what the wall will look like really until the very end. It’s exciting to be surprised, to make something without fully understanding what you’re making. That’s the magic’. Her interest in geometric shapes within sacred spaces, throughout history and culture, have led her to recreate this within urban landscapes. Molly has worked within Street Art groups and outreach programs such as Livingwalls and The City Speaks, in deprived areas throughout the US helping to inject energy and spirit through art. See all her latest projects on her website.