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Batman and Robin, Chalk Art, London, England Photo produced by Julianbeever Street art optical illusions chalk

yayoi kusama installation in aix-en-provence, france

groundcovers: Ascension of Polka Dots on Trees - Yayoi Kusama Cours Mirabeau Aix en Provence Marseille-Provence 2013

#streetart jd

Graffiti, street art, Urban art, art, community art - I really like this piece of art because it has a lot of meaning behind it. It shows a blank wall that is being torn apart and behind it is so much color that is hidden.

French artist Francois Abelanet has created huge works that trick the mind into thinking you’re thousands of feet up. | Giant 3-D Street Art Will Make You Feel A Little Weak At The Knees

French artist Francois Abelanet has created huge works that trick the mind into thinking you’re thousands of feet up. Giant Street Art Will Make You Feel A Little Weak At The Knees

Joan Dumouchel

Painter JOAN DUMOUCHEL, 'When I create figures, I inhabit them for a moment and I see myself living my emotions and my fantasies through them. It fascinates me. and it appears to me that this is the magical in creation.' Thanks to MM for sharing this.

rethinking public space | art installation

This is strikingly similar to what Christos did with the Pink Islands on Biscayne Bay back in the The Pink Ghost project by Priphriques Architects is a temporary installation that makes an argument about the use of public space.

‘Pink Punch’ installation from New York based architect Nicholas Croft and designer Michaela MacLeod

‘Yarn bomb Pink Punch’ installation from New York based architect Nicholas Croft and designer Michaela MacLeod *

JR has been busy in Germany where he completed several new pieces on the streets of Berlin.

The Eye of Berlin by JR French street artist JR is taking to the streets of Germany with his project “Wrinkles of the City".

It really looks like could jump right in there. Amazing street art

culturenlifestyle: “ Street Chalk Art by Kurt Wenner U.S based artist Kurt Wenner is renowned for introducing art installations on the streets, delighting commuters and city-dwellers with.

One of my favorites by a 3d artist Kurt Wenner. He does some of the world's most amazing 3d pavement art (check out his site at http://www.kurtwenner.com/ ... his galleries are hard to "pin" so I just used the link to the article instead)

Monsters climbing through the floors, magic carpet rides through fantastical cities... Yes, it's the return of the 3D artist

In the world of today, everything has to be Even random chalk drawings. Artists like Kurt Wenner continuosly MC Echer everyone with their drawings

One of these days before I die, I am painting every tree near our home (and then some...) something cool (or funny haha) like this!! #mollietakeover

Lichen it, by Carol Hummel at Nature Unframed at The Morton Arboretum. Photo by Michael Kappel.

Whimsical Installations Introduce Korean Pop Art to London

Whimsical Installations Introduce Korean Pop Art to London

Whimsical Installations Introduce Korean Pop Art to Londona balloon tree, I love it

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