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*Mur BD Isabelle et Calendula - Bruxelles Pentagone La fresque d'Isabelle et Calendula d'après un projet original de Will fut inaugurée le 14 novembre 1997, quelques jours après les 70 ans du dessinateur. Sa superficie est d'environ 85 m². Réalisation de G. Oreopoulos et D. Vandegeerde de la société "Art Mural".

*Mur BD Isabelle et Calendula - Bruxelles Pentagone La fresque d'Isabelle et Calendula d'après un projet original de Will fut inaugurée le 14 novembre 1997, quelques jours après les 70 ans du dessinateur. Sa superficie est d'environ 85 m². Réalisation de G. Oreopoulos et D. Vandegeerde de la société "Art Mural".

Piece by C215

French street artist has degrees in history and art. His multi-layered stencils have graced walls, doors and bins from London to New York, Morocco to Barcelona. This portrait of his daughter survives on Roach Road in Hackney Wick.

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Street Art... TIME AGO (mural)

street art mural graffiti two kids scribbling drawing on wall delft codex intferno. Artwork and Photography by Telmo Pieper

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ART: Shipping Containers Painted With Greek God and Goddess Murals by Pichi & Avo Spanish street art duo, Pichi & Avo’s participation in the North West Walls street art festival in Belgium resulted in this staggering, jaw-dropping mural.

Imagine

Street Art: A really interesting urban John Lennon Imagine mural. This graffiti appears to be fused to the wall creating a modern work of art while decorating a barren wall. We particularly enjoy uplifting and artistic expression.

Love is the Answer

Einstein said it himself, "Love is the answer". Urban art seen in the streets of Paris, on or around Rue Etienne Marcel, reminding us of what is truly i. Love is the Answer

Vhils - Portuguese Street Artist - Hengyang (CHN) - 12/2014 -|\*/| #vhils #streetart

Vhils - Portuguese Street Artist - Hengyang (CHN) - 12/2014 -|\*/| #vhils #streetart

Street Art in Montreal- Canada

Public Murals by A’shop Crew on the Streets of Montreal, Notre-Dame-De-Grâce.

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.

Why should city infrastructure be boring? Why not add a bit of paint and give life some spice. Life should be fun! More - [cool interaction of art with the real world]

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