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Walls come to life  		Artist Nikita Nomerz uses old buildings and walls as a surface to create new artworks

Walls come to life Artist Nikita Nomerz uses old buildings and walls as a surface to create new artworks

Jewels in the city - Amsterdam - Liesbet Bussche - Liesbet Bussche is a street artist who wants to add a bit of class, and proper jewelry accents, to all that ugly junk hanging around the city streets. She adds her whimsical touches, like earring backs, half heart pendants and glowing chains, to the stuff on the side of the road, and the city gains about a hundred style points overnight. #streetart

Jewels in the city - Amsterdam - Liesbet Bussche - Liesbet Bussche is a street artist who wants to add a bit of class, and proper jewelry accents, to all that ugly junk hanging around the city streets. She adds her whimsical touches, like earring backs, half heart pendants and glowing chains, to the stuff on the side of the road, and the city gains about a hundred style points overnight. #streetart

Get your Trolly card every morning from him...Street Art from Berlin....

Get your Trolly card every morning from him...Street Art from Berlin....

Now That's Art!

Now That's Art!

Funny pictures about The most realistic eyes ever seen in a graffiti wall. Oh, and cool pics about The most realistic eyes ever seen in a graffiti wall. Also, The most realistic eyes ever seen in a graffiti wall.

real life giant LEGO bridge in Germany  MORE OF WTF-FUN-FACTS are coming HERE  funny and weird facts ONLY

real life giant LEGO bridge in Germany MORE OF WTF-FUN-FACTS are coming HERE funny and weird facts ONLY

Always thought this was a genius idea: Banksy ~ Here's Banksy's version of Jean-François Millet's The Gleaners (1857), one of the paintings in his exhibition Banksy v Bristol Museum. Classic French style, classic Banksy visual deception adapted to the interior of an art gallery.

Always thought this was a genius idea: Banksy ~ Here's Banksy's version of Jean-François Millet's The Gleaners (1857), one of the paintings in his exhibition Banksy v Bristol Museum. Classic French style, classic Banksy visual deception adapted to the interior of an art gallery.

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