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Posts tagged "street art"

This Is What Cities Would Look Like With Classical Paintings Instead Of Outdoor Ads

“OMG who stole my ads?“ is a fun and creative project by artist Etienne Lavie, who decided to let his imagination run free and see how the streets of Milan and Paris would look with classical paintings instead of the outdoor ads most are used to. He took the pictures of the cities and the...

Japan Has The Most Beautiful Manhole Covers In The World

For the past few years, Japanese photographer S. Morita has traveled throughout Japan photographing an unexpected subject: manhole covers. The catch is that manhole covers in Japan tend to be absolutely beautiful. Japanese municipalities compete to adorn their manhole covers with beautiful and colorful patterns, each more wonderful than the last.

Street Artist Provokes Lazy Minds With These Clever Urban Interventions

Despite the fact that Milan-based street artist Fra.Biancoschock only recently discovered his passion for street art, he has already spread his clever urban interventions all over Europe, Malaysia and Singapore. His art is difficult to describe accurately in just a few words, as the artist himself claims that he has discovered a brand-new avant-guarde art...

Intricate Sand Paintings By Joe Mangrum

Since 2006, American artist Joe Mangrum has been packing bags of coloureds sand and decorating NYC pavement with his striking sand paintings. Most of his paintings are quite psychedelic and look like large mandalas, uniting spontaneous creation and deep meditation.

Annoying City Potholes Turned Into Imaginative Scenes

After hitting a pothole in their own neighbourhood in Montreal, professional photographer duo Davide Luciano and Claudia Ficca decided to give meaning to this one of the most annoying attributes of big city streets.

Everyday Objects Turned Into Delightful Alternative Reality By Illustrator Tineke Meirink

In her series "Stop Watch" Dutch artist Tineke Meirink shows us that “it’s just more fun to take a closer look.” The artist takes photos of everyday objects found on the streets that are mostly dull or even invisible to a regular person, but not to her. On the contrary, she recognizes the beautiful potential...

Etam Cru Brightens City Walls With Epic Colorful Street Art Murals

Polish graffiti duo Etam Cru, consisting of artists Sainer and Bezt, breathes new life into abandoned or simply dull walls that otherwise would sink in their grey sadness. Their epic-sized and fantasy-driven street art is scattered in various locations, mainly in Eastern Europe. Etam Cru’s magnificent graffiti works are heavily charged with Eastern European folklore,...

Powerful Street Art by ROA Raises Awareness Of Environmental Issues

Belgian street artist ROA creates heartbreaking images to illustrate the devastating results of animal hunting, pollution and other environmentally destructive human actions. This graffiti missionary manages to strike the world with his bone-chilling monochrome wall-paintings scattered all around the globe.

Magical Light Installations at Lyon Light Festival in France

The Lyon Festival of Lights is an annual event famous for bringing millions of citizens and city visitors together to celebrate beauty, art, and the honor of the Virgin Mary. Every year Lyon, the second largest city in France, becomes a miraculous haven of charming light installations and projections situated in various places among the...

Scratching the Surface: Artist Carves Giant Portraits Into Old Building Walls

Portugese street artist Alexandre Farto, aka WHILS, is determined to change the way people perceive the beauty of our cities. In his series, called Scratching the Surface, WHILS uses his exquisite carving technique to reveal the multi-layered faces of our cities, which are the products of constant construction and deconstruction.

Hidden German Street Art Only Viewable From Certain Angle

German street art duo Zebrating takes a fresh perspective on hard-to-find street art by creating street art in public spaces that can only be seen when viewed from a specific angle.

Beautifully Fractured Street Art by Chinese-Born Artist DALeast

Chinese-born artist DALeast won't reveal his true name, but his 3D graffiti pieces speak of him on walls in several different continents. Currently based in South Africa, this 29-year-old street artist spends half a year traveling around the world, and has already drawn on walls in Miami, London, New York and other places.