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Artist Spends Up To 8 Hours On Beautiful Sand Paintings That Will Be Swept Away By The Wind

By • Feb 6th, 2014

New York-based artist Joe Mangrum has spent the last 8 years drawing beautiful, hypnotic patterns and designs on the streets and squares of New York. But chances are you probably won’t see any of them, because they tend to disappear. Mangrum draws his impressive and expansive works by pouring brightly-colored sand from his hands.

Stunning Murals By “Etam Cru” Turn Boring Buildings Into Works Of Art

By • Jan 13th, 2014

Given the extraordinary size of their epic street-art murals, it’s probably safe to say that the Polish street-art duo Etam Cru is one of the next big things in urban street art. The duo, which consists of street artists Sainer and Bezt, creates massive street art murals that are often several stories tall and dripping with color.

Banksy’s Plush Animal Slaughterhouse Truck In NY Highlights Animal Cruelty

By • Oct 14th, 2013

In one of the latest installments of Banksy’s ‘Better Out Than In’ street art show in NY, a slaughterhouse truck has hit the streets of NY carrying a cargo of squealing and crying plush animals. The display is both playful and disturbing – the plush animals we know from our childhood seem to be crying and squealing because of their pending doom.

Hidden Railing Street Art That Can Only Be Seen From Certain Angle

By • Oct 3rd, 2013

German street art duo Zebrating has been raising eyebrows with their unconventional and innovative street art designs. The deisgns are only fully visible from certain angles, effectively hiding them in plain sight. Zebrating achieve this unique effect by designing their art such that it would be painted on the sides of railing and fence supports.

Beautifully Detailed Street Art by Traveling Chinese Artist DALeast

By • Sep 30th, 2013

Chinese-born street artist DALeast, whose work is recognizable for its unique style anywhere he paints, has left a trail of stunning 3D graffiti spanning several continents. Each piece of his street art looks as it’s made out of thousands of metal shards, which all come together beautfuly to shape different animals, birds or humans in action.

Street Artist Turns Stencil Removal Guy Into Stencil Himself

By • Jul 31st, 2013

Well, love it or hate it, but you’ve got to admit that London-based artist DS’ stencil was a hilarious way to stick it to the man. When he spied a “stencil man” covering up his work, he took a photo of him in the act and stenciled that photo over the newly-blank wall.

Street Artist Paints Ghostly Shadows in Abandoned Psychiatric Hospital

By • Jul 31st, 2013

We love showing you street artists who push the boundaries of their art form, and Brazilian artist Herbert Baglione loves to deliver. When in Parma, Italy, Baglione took the opportunity to visit a local abandoned psych ward and fill it with shadows and phantoms from his wild imagination. The long, smoke-like shadows are part of his 1000 Shadows project, in which he has been painting similar silhouettes in different installations around the world. These in particular are especially powerful, as they call to mind the tortured psyches that once inhabited these now-abandoned halls.

Mesmerizing Graffiti Birds on the Streets of Brazil by L7m

By • Jul 29th, 2013

Brazilian street artist Luis Seven Martins successfully blends roughness and elegance in his Graffiti Birds urban paintings on the walls of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Martins, who goes by the nickname “L7m,” has been into art since childhood, and had his first introduction to spray paint at the age of 13. Since then, he has been experimenting with different techniques and materials like china ink, latex, pastel and acrylic.

New Origami Street Art by Mademoiselle Maurice

By • Jun 25th, 2013

As a part of the 2013 Artaq Festival, french artist Mademoiselle Maurice presented three new pieces of paper street art in the city of Angers, France. The colorful installations were made of 30,000 pieces of origami with the help of local school kids, adults or “leisure centers’” residents. 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. A third installation, a massive origami mural, was placed on the banks of the Maine river.

Old Bike Parts Turned Into Impressive Chandeliers

By • May 21st, 2013

Artists Joe O’Connell and Blessing Hancock transformed old bike parts into six spectacular chandeliers, and hung them in the underpass of Theo/Malone and IH-35 San Antonio, Texas. ‘Ballroom Luminoso’ chandeliers contain a custom-made LED light installation, which turned the space into a magnificent shadow theater and a new spot for people to enjoy some public art. The bike parts create intricate shadow patterns and make the underpass look truly surreal.

30 More Creative Street Art Works by OakoAk

By • Jan 10th, 2013

You don’t have to be trained in arts to make creative urban interventions: French street artist OakoAk says he’s just a “pen pusher” by day, but his clever street works can be found all over St. Etienne and other cities in France. We’ve already shared some of his clever street art examples with you last year, but now he has lots of new works to share.

Haunting 3D Projections on Trees by Clement Briend

By • Nov 20th, 2012

Clement Briend creates haunting 3D projections on trees as a photographic exploration of his surroundings, placing them on the streets of Paris or Cambodia. The gargoyle and Buddha mirages are created through multiple large format projectors, from which Clement removed the continuous light source with a flash and modified the optical part of the projector to fully optimize the flow of light.