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An owl downtown Athens becomes viral

An owl downtown Athens becomes viral “Knowledge speaks – Wisdom listens” Athens 2016 during Petit Paris d’ Athènes – το μικρό Παρίσι των Αθηνών fest....

An owl downtown Athens becomes viral “Knowledge speaks – Wisdom listens” Athens 2016 during Petit Paris d’ Athènes – το μικρό Παρίσι των Αθηνών fest. Owl symbolizes wisdom and at the same time is a symbol of the goddess Athena, the one that gave her name to the city of Athens. From the other hand...
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Street art outside my home in Athens, Greece

I am not a big fan of street art. I live in Athens Greece. Just when I was returning home today I saw this work...

I am not a big fan of street art. I live in Athens Greece. Just when I was returning home today I saw this work from unknown artists and I wanted to share it with you. I anybody knows them give us feedback to mention their names
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Isaac Cordal Cement Eclipses in Rijeka

Isaac Cordal Cement Eclipses recently found its way in  the coastal town of Rijeka in Croatia. Invited to participate in the Spajalica public art project...

Isaac Cordal Cement Eclipses recently found its way in  the coastal town of Rijeka in Croatia. Invited to participate in the Spajalica public art project organized by the local museum of modern art, Spanish artist spent his time there installing his miniature sculptures around the center. Cordal still works on his project Cement Eclipses (Previously featured...
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Daily bread? Not quite so

Give us this day, our daily bread. Well not quite so. In this fun series of six embroideries, Slovakia-based artist Terézia Krnáčová brought needle to bread...

Give us this day, our daily bread. Well not quite so. In this fun series of six embroideries, Slovakia-based artist Terézia Krnáčová brought needle to bread as a way to combine her need for food and textile artwork, a somewhat literal expression of things that sustain her. Titled Everyday Bread the work incorporates a slice of bread...
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Christo Guelov paints Dozens of Colorfully Alternative Pedestrian Crossings in Madrid

Seeing opportunity just under his feet, artist Christo Guelov wondered how a mundane street crossing could be turned into a thing of beauty. Like the...

Seeing opportunity just under his feet, artist Christo Guelov wondered how a mundane street crossing could be turned into a thing of beauty. Like the design of a chair or the face of a watch, it turns out the possibilities are probably endless. The Bulgarian artist transformed dozens of pedestrian crossings in Madrid as part...
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Stencil Art That Blends Graffiti and Decay by Martin Whatson

Norwegian born artist Martin Whatson produces stencil art that lashes out at the mundane, interrupting grayscale scenes with explosions of vibrantly painted graffiti. The works often...

Norwegian born artist Martin Whatson produces stencil art that lashes out at the mundane, interrupting grayscale scenes with explosions of vibrantly painted graffiti. The works often focus on a singular matte subject, one that is seemingly unaware of the bright words and marks that have surrounded their bleak environment. Whatson’s inspirations come from a variety of...
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Okuda san Miguel turns an abandoned house in Arkansas into a ‘universal chapel’

Story via Design Boom In the north west part of arkansas, okuda san miguel has transformed an abandoned house into ‘the universal chapel’, using his emblematic...

Story via Design Boom In the north west part of arkansas, okuda san miguel has transformed an abandoned house into ‘the universal chapel’, using his emblematic colors, graphics and motifs to enliven the existing structure. geometric figures and animated patterns have been painted from the floor to the roof, wrapping the disused site in a technicolor coat of...
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Affectionate Murals Painted on the Streets of Italy and Beyond by Millo

Italian artist Francesco Camillo Giogino, also known as Millo, is known for his site-specific street murals that adorn buildings with a cast of curious characters painted...

Italian artist Francesco Camillo Giogino, also known as Millo, is known for his site-specific street murals that adorn buildings with a cast of curious characters painted in primarily black and white. Millo adds subtle color to his works, highlighting hearts, thermometers, and vegetation with shades of red and green. His most recent mural (seen above) is...
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saype draws 10,000 square meter man in the mountains of leysin, switzerland

artist saype has recently completed this monumental ephemeral land artwork in the mountainous landscape of leysin, switzerland. the 10,000 square meter piece depicts a reclined...

artist saype has recently completed this monumental ephemeral land artwork in the mountainous landscape of leysin, switzerland. the 10,000 square meter piece depicts a reclined man lying on the side of a huge hill, his arms crossed behind his head, eyes closed as the sun hits his face, and a pipe casually resting in his...

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