Verfallende Häuser in lebendige Wände verwandelt Nikita Nomerz. Wäre schön, wenn statt Kritzeleien solche Graffiti-Kunstwerke entstehen, die die Augen öffnen...

Living Walls is a street art project initiated by artist Nikita Nomerz , from the western Russian city of Nizhniy Novgorod. According to Twisted Sifter, the graffiti and street artist seeks decaying buildings and paints them into living characters: â€

A whole new way of looking at things...

I love it when artists play with nature in their work. In particular I have a thing for that kind of art that puts nature into a different perspective and makes you look at it in another way. A selection of artists have done exactly.

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Sometimes there is no more impressive art than graffiti (35 Photos)

The Living Wall: Russian street artist Nikita Nomerz turns derelict buildings into faces - Telegraph

Clet - street artist

Saw his clever work all over Firenze. If it makes people pay more attention to street signs, than I say, why not give him a public works grant! Clet-Abraham_Street-art_stickers-on-traffic-signs_multi_collabcubed

A few of the most impressive, original and simply crazy good street art

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UA few of the most impressive, original and simply crazy good street art

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Als de bakstenen op zijn kunnen we altijd  de oude auto's nog hergebruiken .

ARMAN - "Long Term Parking" - 1982 - Accumulation of 60 automobiles in concrete - Parc de sculpture Le Montcel, Jouy-en-Josas, France

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Montreal's First Mural Festival Is A Hit

StreetArt by Julian Beever. Trampantojo. Trompe l'oleil

sidewalk art um, it's chalk folks pavement art by Julian Beever and Kurt Wenner Line drawing Sidewalk Chalk Art street art.


Street artist Escif has created the latest work in Morocco, Melilla Art School. It appears to be a wallpaper or graphic of some sort, laid over the traditional shaped architecture in peachy tones.

Mural by 'Super A' | Photo Copyright: R. Roedman

Mural by 'Super A' | Photo Copyright: R. Roedman