Society gets the kind of vandalism it deserves

In this article you will see the Graphic design examples from all over the World. Graphic design is a lot like languages. Graphic design varies from culture to culture, influenced by a country’s culture, …

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Funny pictures about How I feel most days. Oh, and cool pics about How I feel most days. Also, How I feel most days photos.


This piece of illustration street art from Bristol Centre is called, Trap door. You can give this piece a rating out of five as well as see where it is located in Bristol by clicking the 'See on map' link

Banksy -streetart

asylum-art: ““ Banksy, the street artist ” Banksy is a England-based graffiti artist, political activist, film director, and painter. His satirical form of street art and subversive epigrams combine.


Australian artist Buff Dis takes to the street with his "non-destructive" graffiti, aka masking tape. Australian artist Buff Dis takes.

Ladamenrouge - Street Artist

I want to be frit Ladamanenrouge Street Art St Etienne

I’m too old to be getting arrested for graffiti

Apparently something that will never die is writing on bathroom stall walls. Let's all resolve to write on a bathroom wall at least once in our lives.

So sad...

"Nobody Likes Me" by IHeart, Vancouver Why does social media define our worth? Who cares if a bunch of strangers like your post?

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Mr Pilgrim presents unique murals, urban art wall murals & unusual street art from all over the world // See more street artists + graffiti artists online

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Inventive Street Art

So then if the Son shall set you free, you shall be free indeed. John ''Stone walls do not a prison make nor iron bars a cage'' - Robert Lovelace. This piece is called Freedom, its from Mexico City (photo by Óscar Arias).

<i>The Marriage Of Heaven And Hell</i> – William Blake. Sydney, Australia.

28 Brilliant Works Of Literary Graffiti

Dante : A literary-minded Australian took to the streets of Sydney to spread the message of Italian poet Dante Alighieri, reminding everyone of their grade literature class. The text looks like it’s from Dante’s The Marriage of Heaven & Hell.