The Living Wall: Russian street artist Nikita Nomerz turns derelict buildings into faces - Telegraph
street art mural graffiti two kids scribbling drawing on wall delft codex intferno. Artwork and Photography by Telmo Pieper
15 beloved Street Art Photos – Januari and Februari 2013
"La Casa Pintada" The Painted House by Anarkía, Flaxtl , Belin. In Linares, Spain .I get the feeling that the occupants of this house view the world with color and speak colorfully!
The PopDot Artist Boy on a swing-on a swing
Many thanks for the image - Things like this just put a smile on my face and make the world a better place I think.
I love it when artists play with nature in their work. In particular I have a thing for that kind of art that puts nature into a different perspective and makes you look at it in another way. A selection of artists have done exactly.
Entra sin llamar
When street art meets nature . Spike Lee ´s Afro is green.
Potty mouth full of lies. What do you call a Muslim president who pretends to be Christian, a saint?
Living Walls is a street art project initiated by artist Nikita Nomerz , from the western Russian city of Nizhniy Novgorod. According to Twisted Sifter, the graffiti and street artist seeks decaying buildings and paints them into living characters: â€
Colorful Origami Street Art Installations by Mademoiselle Maurice. The Saint-Maurice cathedral was adorned with two installations—a geometric pattern on the front gate and a rainbow of origami on the front steps.