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Street art by OakOak

OaKoAk is a French street artist who sees the humorous potential in the most inconsequential everyday objects. His imagination turns cracks, peeling wall paint,

The Urban Scream #Streetart

French street artist Oak Oak has just released a new book that has more than 100 images of his creative and clever works. The book opens with: “Oak Oak is a young man from Saint-Etienne (Fran…

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Mexico, Artist Unknown - A skeleton mother, little skeletons clamoring at her feet, yet she holds a red rose.

Piano stairs.

How much would your littles one love to have stairs painted like piano keys at home! Grafitti Piano Stairs via onepicten




Brooklyn - "Street art can darken or illuminate the mood of an ally, and of the people who walk by it.

Make something fancy and interesting that will be a hallmark for you. Do unusual DIY fence for your yard. Use some old items such as skis or other ancient slats. You can also paint the old fence and create a rainbow of colors, or you can carved it in the form of some interesting figures.

12 Creative Fences

A bright and colorful fence made from giant pencil crayons. Check out Colorful Street Art to see another fun pencil crayon design.

80+ Amazing Guerrilla Street Art Inspiration Examples Guerilla Marketing Photo

80+ Amazing Guerrilla Street Art Inspiration Examples

HTTP 404 - Wall Not Found  To encourage the uptake of empty shops in the city. Use empty shops creatively to create a positive perception among businesses, local people and visitors. Raise the profile of local artists and art and cultural activity. Provide opportunities for both emerging and established artists to take part and sell and market their work. Cultivate collaboration and networking between people in the local cultural community. Develop the city’s profile as a city of culture.

A proposed wall piece from UK-based John Scarratt that also doubles as a clever advertisement. That 404 error page has made us all cringe before, but it’s also pretty funny.

100+ Clever Street Art Works in New Book by Oak Oak - My Modern Met

100+ Clever Street Art Works in New Book by Oak Oak