This seems to be an interesting (and noble) attempt to crowdsource the documentation of street art on a global scale.
The Big Art Mob already has over 12,000 pieces of street and public art mapped, and we’re looking for enthusiastic photographers of art found on our streets to get involved.
Similar initiatives have been undertaken, and subsequently abandoned, in the past. Part of me questions whether a more open, Wiki-style approach a la INCCA-NA’s #FindMyTony project would better serve the purpose and encourage wider participation. Regardless of effectiveness, it’s great to see innovation in the area of crowd-assisted documentation.
The Big Art Mob project is currently in limited beta. You can sign up to assist with the documentation here.