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17 Das Mais Belas Escadarias Ao Redor Do Mundo

17 Das Mais Belas Escadarias Com Arte De Rua

Beautifully Painted Stairs From All Over The World----Seoul, South Korea. In Seoul, South Korea is this amazing flight of steps. Colorful koi fish are painted in orange, red, and yellow tones that stand out against the very vibrant blue hue of the stairs.

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Street art in Bucharest

Creative ideas and inspiration. Street art in Bucharest. Waterfall mural painted on a flight of stairs.

Cool 3D Art

(link) STREET ART: Chalk Art by David Zinn 2 ~ Alien Monster Rake / Raking the Autumn Leaves ~ Fall Harvest / yard garden / work and play / kids child children / concrete sidewalk / path ~ for more great PINs w/good links visit ~ have fun!

arreglando los desperfectos urbanos...

Lego Street Art Around The World. This Lego street art works in two ways: one, it makes the grey and boring street more colourful, all the while repairing the crumbling street brick walls. So it’s basically a two-for-one Lego repair.

Fargeklatter i bybildet er både sunt og gir energi!

By American artist Karsten Mouras, who thinks you can never have too much colour in the World, this is known as the Rainbow Building.

Le Passe-Muraille, by Jean Marais, in Paris-Montmartre

Paris - Montmartre - 'Le Passe-Muraille', the man who could pass through the walls, Place Marcel-Aymé, Paris , France

Music | The Mirror Obscura

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!

A Library That Plummets into an Abyss by Susanna Hesselberg for Sculpture by the Sea

I am typically not a fan of installation art, but this is beautiful once you read the title. "When My Father Died It Was Like a Whole Library Had Burned Down" Susanna Hesselberg, Sculpture by the Sea, 2015

Mehmet Ali Uysal at Chaudfontaine Park. Belgium

I WANT one in my garden: Giant wooden clothes peg in Chaudfontaine Park in Belgium by Turkish artist Mehmet Ali Uysal

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