Spanish street artist Borondo applied his signature style on the roof of the boat traveling along the River Lea in East London. Continue reading
No matter what the economic situation of our country is going on, kids will always find creative ways to have fun. Their wild fantasies and fairy baby moments captured by talented photographers here created a truly remarkable scene. Here is a selection, we can easily show that childhood can be perfect no matter what country the child grows…
Without the help of stencils or brushes, armed only with cans of paint and his own talent, London graffiti artists David Walker (David Walker) creates intricate and delicate maiden portraits. Continue reading
Last year at Sevastopol Avenue, artists depicted on the walls of several houses caravels on the high seas. Work was carried out with the official support of the authorities, so I hope that the boys will continue to decorate the city in our country in this unusual, but certainly talented style. Continue reading
I Love street art more if they convey some message. Although I Love the world of ART And I know some you do the same. Every year on the streets of cities around the world there are thousands of new jobs you can see thats the so-called street art. Usually it’s just a bright-scale paintings, but sometimes the authors are trying to convey to citizens any ideas or “appeal”.
We picked up the brightest and most impressive examples of street art from around the world. Continue reading
This is again a art which have for sure taken hard work to come on as a hard work. Spain, Madrid. The author uses the technique amazing figure: every man and his shadow drawn with one stroke, without interruption. Check Out…. Continue reading
A LJ Blogger got some berlin street art, its a mixure of Beautiful but different play of colors found here and there in the city,
In the words of Maker…
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Doel a 700-year-old village near the river Scheldt in Belgium. Now its on the verge of demolition. The only reason – that it is too close to the port of Antwerp. Somewhere in the 1970s, it was decided to expand the port of Antwerp and Doel quickly became a target for demolition. Construction of a large dock and cargo terminal capable of receiving deep Court has already begun near the village. Continue reading
Street art is art, specifically visual art, developed in public spaces. Typically the term street art or the more specific post-graffiti is used to distinguish contemporary public-space artwork from territorial graffiti, vandalism, and corporate art. In our today’s article you can observe the beautiful concept of street art all around the world twisted by different artists. So let’s have a look below “Unique Examples Of Street Art” this will really puff your mind and hope you will like this collection Continue reading
Here is some awesome street art. This high quality art is simply amazing. Look for yourself at these stunning images. This is too cool. Continue reading
You Dont have to be a professional artist to create a creative urban pattern. French street artist OakoAk modestly calls himself “just maratelem,” but his “smart” street art is not the first adorns on the streets of Saint-Etienne, and other French cities.
OakoAk prefers not to interfere with existing street context, and to improve its small unexpected details. By adding just a few lines or a few colors, OakoAk gives the urban landscape of his native Saint-Etienne, the element of surprise, which is based street art.
“I wanted to make it look better. Saint-Etienne was once an industrial city with numerous coal mines. He is now being revived and is still very poor. But it is easy to move around on foot, finding the ideal objects for street art. I’ve seen all over the blank for their work and wanted to implement them, “- explains the artist.
Look at the gallery of his works. …. Continue reading
French artist Julien “Seth” Malland travel around the world and create unique playful street art along the way. Malland creates his works in collaboration with local artists in far flung locales from China to Senegal. Check out his amazing work. Continue reading
Inventive British street artist and illustrator extraordinaire David Shillinglaw is one of the few graffiti artists, who’s colourful work can be seen in some of the most remote and unusual locations in the world. “Life is a struggle. For everyone. From the smallest insect to the greatest beast, we are determined by the success we seek, and how, in turn we measure that success. Each of us experiencing ups and downs. Peaks and troughs. Like a game of snakes and ladders.” – David Shillinglaw You’ll see his imagination not only colouring the streets of London and Paris, but also places like Kosovo, Gambia and even Cape Town. His eceletic mix of fonts, words, faces and limbs form his unique and signature style – it’s striking, energetic, seriously cool and a hell of a lot of fun. Continue reading