Explore Tehran Iran, Painted Stairs, and more!

Beautiful Steps//Specially chosen by the AnOther team to make your Monday a little easier

Beautiful Steps

Art Really Can Be Anywhere on Anything: The World's Most Beautiful Stairways - Cube Breaker/Iranian Flowers. Street art in Tehran. Street Art in Iran: Social Commentary on the Streets of Tehran

credit: 9 to Fly [http://www.9tofly.com/2012/01/11/theres-a-lady-whos-sure-all-that-glitters-is-gold/]

Piano Key Staircases

Lovely Piano Key Staircases in Valparaiso, Chile. Scale a piano forte

trappen sicilie

Caltagirone, Sicily - Each year, during the La Scala Flower Festival, about potted plants and flowers of different shades and colors are arranged on the historic Staircase of Santa Maria del Monte to create one grand design.

“wasserlöslich, schadstoffrei, biologisch abbaubar”

Farbkreuzung am Rosenthaler Platz.

Guerilla Paint Action in Berlin. Last week a group of cyclists dumped 13 gallons of paint on the road at Berlin’s busy Rosenthaler Platz, creating a series of colourful lines as cars drove through

so cool!

Urban design is not necessarily boring or super hi-tech or expensive.good idea also for stairs to the floor where our music hall might be (I don't even have a house but know that piano will be there in a big room - for sure!

Fighting empty streets and warfare with creative street art statements

Social Commentary Art: Stop War // really cute. I've always liked the stenciled-on "war" on stop signs, and this kind of one-ups it.

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21 of the Beautiful Colorful Stairs . A Collection of Colorful Stairs. Stairs are one of the most daring canvases for street artists, perfect for abstract

Completely Graffitied Scottish Castle

Completely Graffitied Scottish Castle

Home sweet home #street art

Home Sweet Home derelict room interior. Spray painted lamp, television set and fish tank. Occupied (watercolor on paper, by Jason Rowles. Click the image to read more about Jason, who's featured in Watercolor Artist magazine.

The wider side of the Gooderham Building (1892) in Toronto is marked by an artful painting made in the style of trompe l’oeil, meaning ‘to deceive the eye.’ The Flatiron Mural (1998) by Canadian artist Derek Besant, mirrors the building directly across from it. Derek gave the illusion of a fluttering drape and many open windows, only a few of which are actually there.

The wider side of the Gooderham Building in Toronto is marked by an artful painting made in the style of trompe l’oeil, meaning ‘to deceive the eye.’ The Flatiron Mural by Canadian artist Derek Besant, mirrors the building directly across from it.

This would look awesome next to the pallet garden I saw on here too.

videoltl : I will create this exact animated explainer video for $20 on www

Orange flower art that just makes me smile! guerilla street art gardening whimsy with marigolds

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