It looks like my tie dye shirt got splattered on this building. Pretty cool and impressive

It looks like my tie dye shirt got splattered on this building. Pretty cool and impressive

Street art Tintin & Captain Haddock (in Brussels)

Street art, Tintin & Captain Haddock,Brussels - I have seen this one and some more as well - just great

Shop till you drop! London #banksy #streetart

Shop till you drop – By Banksy in London, England Social Active Art, kind of like Barbara Kruger, only graffiti.week pin two. work on using contrast of negative spaces and positive ones.

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Awesome Art Photos) chalk art Street Art And Graffiti In Cork creative amazing art

Awesome Street Art - gefunden und gepinnt vom Immobilienmakler in Hannover: arthax-immobilien.de (Cool Art Graffiti)

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It takes more than a glance to 'get it' with this work of interactive guerrilla art.

T-Mobile ad defaced in the name of Street Art Brilliant. “ Street art from Eyesaw using a bus stop ad-shell to feature a cheeky Peter Pan-esque cut out fishing for a T-Mobile advert.

The problem of human’s attitude and unacceptable behavior found its expression in different kinds of art including the so called urban as well. A Portuguese young artist creates incredible 3D masterpieces using the trash he finds in the streets of the cities. With the help of this remarkable …

Portuguese street artist Bordalo II (previously featured here) just created the biggest hedgehog we’ve ever seen.

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17 Insanely Cool Street Art You Just Have To See

Street Art by Etam Cru Lodz, Poland based street artists Bezt and Sainer teamed up and created gigantic murals on side building walls throughout Poland.

On dirait que ce bateau va sortir de l'immeuble

On dirait que ce bateau va sortir de l'immeuble

10 Street Art Wall Murals That Are Super Creative, Super Huge, And Super Fascinating To Look At

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street art By Sainer from Etam Crew. On Urban Forms Foundation in Lodz, Poland 1 this is best thing I ever seen

Pimp je schotel ('pimp your satellite dish') by Dutch artist Peter Doeswijk. The colourful drawings on the satellites were actually made by school children from Amsterdam-West. In this specific part of Amsterdam live a lot of foreigners. They use the satellite dishes to receive the broadcasts from their country of origin. Doeswijk printed the drawings on stickers which he put on the dishes. The stickers will stay on for a couple of months. The 150 satellites look like a cool street art…

Dutch artist Peter Doeswijk created stickers from drawings created by children and installed them on Satellite dishes.

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