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Artista Recria Construções Antigas com Tijolo Português

Ceramic Tile Illusion Painted on a Electrical Box in Lisbon by illustrator and street artist Diogo Machado (aka Add Fuel)

"The Son of a Migrant from Syria Based on an update to his website this morning it appears Banksy visited the Jungle Refugee Camp in Calais, France, one of the largest refugee camps in western Europe. The artist left behind four new artworks, most notably a piece featuring Steve Jobs carrying

À Calais, Banksy rappelle que Steve Jobs est le fils d'un migrant syrien

Rebuilding crumbling architecture with LEGO

LEGO Artist Restores Crumbling Architecture

Lego Street Art Around The World. This Lego street art works in two ways: one, it makes the grey and boring street more colourful, all the while repairing the crumbling street brick walls. So it’s basically a two-for-one Lego repair.



streetArt Lego house, I loved Lego, what a great idea

Car Cemetary, France

Arman - Long Term Parking 1982 - Accumulation of 60 automobiles in concrete - Parc de sculpture Le Montcel, Jouy-en-Josas, France

Filling potholes in Paris -- some of the best yarn bombing I've seen.

i wish i could see this in person. and create my own version in the cracks of my backyard cement. such beauty. * insta: outofthekit -Street Art in the cracks of Paris by Juliana Santacruz Herrera. Knitting potholes with a touch of color!

Giant peg installation piece. Fantastic!

Sculpture by Turkish artist Mehmet Ali Uysal in Chaudfontaine Park, Liege, Belgium. A giant clothespin sculpture appears to be holding on to a mound of dirt.

I Create Ceramic Tile Illusions On Electrical Boxes And Buildings To Remind People Of Portuguese History

As part of the Trampolins Gerador project organized by Mistaker Maker @ Largo de São Paulo in Lisbon, Portuguese street artist Diogo Machado (aka Add Fuel) created a stunning ceramic tile illusion on a boring electrical, using stencils and spray paint .

computer bench

Giant concrete computer keyboard sculpture in Yekaterinburg, Russia! How fun is this?