If you see a curved wire portrait in the cityscape, it is probably a work of Spencer Little. By folding and cutting wire, the Californian artist creates portraits or inspirational phrases that he hang on street lamps or other street furniture. While some sculptures interact with the setting in which they are installed, others are used as a critique of society. The artist criticize particularly on our misuse of new technologies. While some of these fine works are displayed in galleries, many of them are still visible in the streets.