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Lego Street Art inspired by Terracotta Army of Qin Shi Huang. Amazing street painting created by Leon Keer, Ruben Poncia, Remko van Schaik, and Peter Westerink during the Sarasota chalk festival in Florida.

Sneeuwbril - street lamp Street art

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Street art at its finest. My personal favorite is the man eating trees and shitting out buildings and the girl with the magnifying glass. Both make you look at the world so much differently.   My opinion. Interpret as you choose. -callmesulli

Astonishing Street Art

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Amazing Street Art // I live the last one. Will be looking out for this effect when I see grafitti ufo's

That third one down... that piece (the original at least) was the first artwork we looked at in my very first art history class. Art started as paint on the walls.

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Pinner wrote: That third one down. that piece (the original at least) was the first artwork we looked at in my very first art history class. Art started as paint on the walls. (I wish I could see these art pieces in person.

simple chalk art outside that deals with telling a story.  books, pens, little creatures, notebok paper, etc.  just doodling out front of the church

Though they usually escape blame, a surprising number of cracked sidewalks are caused by rowdents. Coffee House Creamery, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA (September - street art by David Zinn

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This drawing for Yorkshire Water was never fully finished and did not get beyond this rough stage. It was stopped ironically, by Yorkshire water in the form of heavy Sheffield rain which did not permit its completion. Julian Beever

Julian Beever is an English chalk artist who has been creating trompe-l'œil chalk drawings on pavement surfaces since the He uses a projection technique called anamorphosis to create the illusion of three dimensions when viewed from the correct angle.

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