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Street Art by Oakoak Illusion: Urban artist OaKoAK is up to it again! Since last I featured him in he has continued to come up with clever concepts on city streets, such as making Gonzo’s face from a rail in the park, painting a red heart in a f


Street Art at its best, a fantastic collection

Who doesn't love some dope street art & graffiti? Everyone's going crazy about movies & TV. You gotta check out the art in this post. Check out Street Art Utopia for more awesome works.


Artist and photographer Slinkachu of The Little People Project, stacked pills on a tiny female figurine for Balancing Act, an art installation left last year in the Khayelitsha township of Cape Town, South Africa

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Many thanks for the image - Things like this just put a smile on my face and make the world a better place I think.

World’s largest 3D street art

World’s largest 3D street art

British artist Joe Hill created the world’s largest and longest anamorphic street painting in the Canary Wharf district of London back in November of The square foot painting was sponsored by Reebok CrossFit and it took seven days to create it.

Does money make you happy? Financial freedom.

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.


Awesome Super Mario Fire Hydrant Art brings another perspective and career to Super Mario besides being a plumber, now Mario is a Fireman.

Milan (Italy) Yellow bike you see in photos (all Italian, is located in Milan, via Padova) that it seems that only when viewed from a certain angle to painting 3D.

And these easy examples of Examples of Optical Illusion Art and Painting will enhance the scope of genius ideas to introduce some more inspirations.

interazione arte e natura Ernest Zacharevic http://restreet.altervista.org/la-collaborazione-tra-arte-e-natura-piu-creare-qualcosa-di-veramente-unico/

Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic created this Peek-a-Boo graffiti in Bangasar, Kuala Lumpur, as tribute to the deceased "Russian Banksy" artist Pasha