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Animal Murals on the Streets of London by Irony and Boe

Animal Murals on the Streets of London by Irony and Boe British temporary duo called Irony and Boe has painted a lot of walls in the British capital. Their full nicknames are Whoam Irony and Placee Boe. Why did they chose the subject of animals isn’t very clear. After all, both of them paint in completely different fields. But, anyway, the temporary association turned out very successful Read more [...]

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Site-Specific Street Art by JPS

Weston super Mare born and bred, JPS is more than your average street artist. UK street artist JPS creates small and lage-scale stencil works, paintings, and installations in urban areas Read more [...]

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Vibrant Greek Gods Mural Graffiti

    Greek Gods Mural Graffiti,  wonderful and vibrant made on Stacked Containers Valencia-based street artists Pichi & Avo were invited to paint for the North West Walls Street Art Festival in Werchter, Belgium.   They transformed  these massive cargo containers into canvases for their signature illustrations of Greek statues, juxtaposed against a vibrant graffiti-filled background.  All has began in 2007, bringing a spectacularly lucid splash of Mediterranean Read more [...]

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Artist Isaac Cordal Leaves Miniature Cement Skeletons on the Streets of Mexico

Artist Isaac Cordal Leaves Miniature Cement Skeletons on the Streets of Mexico Artist Isaac Cordal  is well-known for his creation and placement of miniature cement figures in public places around the world as part of an ongoing series called Cement Eclipses. While the meaning behind each tiny sculpture is intentionally ambiguous, it’s impossible to look at each piece without imagining a story. The pieces often appear in scenes of mourning or despair, as part of what Cordal says Read more [...]

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Animal Murals by Fiona Tang Appear to Leap from Gallery Walls

Animal Murals by Fiona Tang Appear to Leap from Gallery Walls   Vancouver-based artist Fiona Tang creates large-scale murals of animals using charcoal, chalk pastel, and acrylic on paper that at first glance appear 3D. Tang makes use of a technique called trompe l’oeil where shadows and perspective within the two dimensional drawing are used to trick the viewer into thinking the piece is three dimensional. Tang recently graduated from Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Read more [...]

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