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Color Pencils Artist: Jonna Pohjalainen, Helsinki Location: Pedvale, Latvia Local aspen trees sharpened and ends painted to resemble colored pencils. Now that's one HUGE colored pencil!

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Boris Tellegen, aka Delta — Exhibition "Current" at Backslash Gallery Paris, 2015

Boris Tellegen, aka Delta — Exhibition "Current" at Backslash Gallery Paris, 2015

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Boris Tellegen, aka Delta — Inside the walls of the room at kunstraum.ch in Basel.

Desde 1987 el artista e ilustrador David Zinn  ha plasmado su personajes de tiza y carboncillo en las calles de Ann Arbor, Michigan. Aprovec...

Artist Brightens Up The Streets By Drawing Adorable Creatures

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.

wild at heart

Mixed materials of silver and cement by Richard Tuttle - need a cool sculpture like this on my new dresser!

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The Most Beloved Street Art Photos of 2013

Every year we look forward to seeing the photos of the most beloved street art photos discovered by Street Art Utopia. Here is a selection of street art photos from around the world, each with different


boris tellegen dutch artist tellegen aka DELTA was a pioneer of the european graffiti scene in the his sculptures are the unison o.

Jan Vormann repairs architectural cracks with LEGOS

LEGOs on the Loose: Don't Walk the Streets Barefoot!

Dispatchwork: a movement initiated by 27 year-old German artist Jan Vormann, who started patching old walls with Lego bricks