It’s not that little.
It’s not that little.
Hamburg street artist Daniel Soares is adding a Photoshop toolbar to the ubiquitous new H&M outdoor swimwear ads. Nice work (six images).
Maybe you’ve never noticed the random things growing out of the ground around you. Urban Plant Tags by Carmichael Collective makes you take a second look at the regular objects that surround us all.
A recent work. Snapped in Hell’s Kitchen by amolho4.
At the corner of Adams Street and the Fulton Street Mall in Brooklyn, people have expressed one thing they would to do before they die. You can have your own: here is a Before I die kit.
Or this one? A one-sided conversation via clever stencils.
Urban installations by street artist Filthy Luker. His art attacks are a huge collection of anthropomorphic objects called Street Life.
Talent: this guy has it. This street artist in Yangon, Myanmar, creates a masterpiece in a matter of minutes.
Where once lay dormant structures, now stand vibrant, emotive works of art. This is the work of Russian street artist Nikita Nomerz.
Countless tragedies like these happen every day. These tiny memorials for bugs were photographed on the streets by Carmichael Collective.
Move along, nothing to see here. Unless you like awesome street art and candy and dragons, in which case you should definitely watch this.
It may not be an entirely accurate celebration (this Bill Murray smirk is from “Stripes”), but it’s definitely righteous. Spotted Thursday afternoon on the corner of E. Burnside and 14th Ave.
We walk by street art and graffiti everyday without realizing it. Sometimes it’s easy to forget that this is a whole genre in the art world with its own beautiful stylings and cultural reflections. So, here’s a list of 30 amazing international pieces. The next time you see some street art, take some time to look at it!
French street artist aka Marchal Mithouard has a sick style. His unique 3D technique takes graffiti to a whole new level. View List ›
Beware of the armies of
Mordor “Free Ego,” a chalk painting designed by Leon Keer. This is the completed version of the outline we saw a few days ago.
LEGO and history? I’ll take three. Planet Street Painting did an amazing job for the Sarasota Chalk Festival.
Be careful, looking at this image may induce brain explosions. This great 3D street drawing of Lego men was created in Sarasota, Florida.
What, you may ask, is reverse graffiti? It’s like regular graffiti, only you use a pressure washer instead of spray paint. Watch Video ›
The key to successful street art often simply finding the right type of background.
This crazy impressive piece of graffiti was achieved by artists who rappelled down the side of the dam. What do they want? This counter-productive dam to be torn down. Environmentalists say that it has deprived beaches downstream of the sand they need to replenish themselves and has helped contribute to the endangerment of steelhead trout. (via motherjones.tumblr.com) View Image ›
Anybody who has been to a major European city (and New York is starting to catch up stateside) can tell you how true this is. Big Brother is on every corner. Or in this case he’s everywhere on one corner. (via imgur.com) View Image ›
Massive three-dimensional pictures are popular in China right now. This one has real bite! View Image ›
Adults can learn science, too. Watch Video ›
Double the awesomeness with a collaboration between two famous street artists, Blu (mural) and Erica Il Cane (watchtower). The works are located in Italy (no specified location). (via Official Hype) View Image ›
MMmMmmmmm…brains. It’s whats for dinner. View Image ›