He even makes benches more exciting (and slightly more dangerous).
London-based Slinkachu uses tiny models to create miniature scenes within London and New York.
Filthy Luker uses large scale inflatables to brighten up Bristol.
New York muralist Eric Grohe travels into cities, finds ugly walls…
…and turns them into epic 3D paintings like this one.
Russian street artist P183 was a master of urban transformations. Sadly, he died in early 2013 aged just 29.
Street artist Megx - real name Martin Heuwold - turned this bridge in Germany into a Lego construction.
Photographer Iain Macmillan channelled The Beatles by decorating Abbey Road with this optical illusion of Charlie Brown and the gang.
French street artist OaKoAk senses an opportunity for fun in the most mundane urban surfaces.
And he loves a Chuck Norris gag. As do we.
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