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If all graffiti was this amazing it would just be called “art” (35 Photos)

Street Art Where most of us would walk by and ignore this ugly space some very talented people give us a reason to stop, look and smile. Street Art Utopia click and check them out.

this photo is of a giant clothespin sculpture created by Mehmet Ali Uysal, a professor of art at Middle East Technical University. Reminiscent of Claes Oldenburg, the sculpture was created for the Festival of the Five Seasons in Chaudfontaine Park outside of Liège, Belgium

Sculpture by Turkish artist Mehmet Ali Uysal in Chaudfontaine Park, Liege, Belgium. A giant clothespin sculpture appears to be holding on to a mound of dirt.

What a fantastic imagination some street art artists have!  Who would have thought to dress up an ordinary pylon by painting a spectacular aboriginal hand? I notice the column in the background is also painted the same. This is beautiful.

What a fantastic imagination some street art artists have! Who would have thought to dress up an ordinary pylon by painting a spectacular aboriginal hand? I notice the column in the background is also painted the same.

esprit Lifestyle Magazine: 3D Art

Amazing Art Collection 400 awesome craft ideas to do with your kids this Christmas! Amazing Street Art of Edgar Mueller Pics)

Ilusion optica

(FIND kids in slides) -beach Honestly. Can we just invite graffiti artists to make art on all the horrible looking places in cities? The world would be much more interesting and beautiful.

Origami street art

Colorful Origami Street Art Installations by Mademoiselle Maurice. The Saint-Maurice cathedral was adorned with two installations—a geometric pattern on the front gate and a rainbow of origami on the front steps.

Mural Painting

Daily Afternoon Randomness (50 Photos)

Magazine - "ENTROPIA" by Escif

"ENTROPIA" by Escif

Street artist Escif has created the latest work in Morocco, Melilla Art School. It appears to be a wallpaper or graphic of some sort, laid over the traditional shaped architecture in peachy tones.

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