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Posts tagged "street art"

Street Art by David Zinn

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Amazing Art on Japanese Manhole Covers

In Japan, there are many cities and towns that place visually stunning works of art right underneath pedestrians’ feet. There are almost 6,000 of these covers around the country, turning unattractive necessities into eye candy. Photographer S. Morita has documented hundreds of these covers over the years which are available on Morita’s Flickr page.

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PangeaSeed x 1xRUN at Isla de Mujeres, Mexico.

PangeaSeed, which is an organization dedicated to saving the lives of endangered sea wildlife, just wrapped up it’s street art project “Sea Walls Expeditions: Murals for Oceans" in Isla de Mujeres, Mexico which was sponsored by fans and 1xRun.  The project found 15 world renown street artists working together to put up murals around the city to bring awareness to the endangered species.  I’ll have a more detailed post soon with many more images but for now be sure and check out the images below too! (Artists above: Tatiana Suarez, Nosego, Shark Toof and Smithe):

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Original illustration by Ludo “Both Sides Of A Gun”

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The best graffiti that i seen even,

Yeah, but who is she? what’s her name? where’s that graffiti?

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The Silhouettes of Kenny Random

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New DALeast mural in Warsaw, Poland

Chinese-born, South Africa-based artistDALeast was recently in Poland painting a new mural for the Street Art Doping mural festival in Warsaw. This is one of the few murals he has painted as of late, as he has been focusing on studio work this year. DAL’s distinctive style evolved from his effort to paint large pieces without using much paint, a technique he came up with back in his homeland. As time went on, this technique became his unique, recognizable signature.

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Street art & graffiti in Paris

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