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100 public telephone booths around Sao Paulo, transformed: http://www.juxtapoz.com/Street-Art/qcall-paradeq-in-san-paulo

What an awesome project, but who uses phone booths any more? -> in Sao Paulo they started a public art project involving 100 artists decorating phone booths throughout the city entitled, “Call Parade”.

Noooo, these aren't raccoons.  This is street art by Wang Yue, dubbed Barksy by the press, whose work can be found in Shijiazhuang, Hebei, China.

Peek through a tree hole at the bark deco

Street art by Wang Yue, dubbed Banksy by the press, whose work can be found in Shijiazhuang, Hebei, China.

27 Pieces Of Street Art That Interact With Nature

27 Pieces Of Street Art That Interact With Nature

Garden Hot Air Balloon - By Oakoak ~ I wanna make something similar to this on the side of my shed or on the porch, painting with a little vessel for a small plant of some sort attached to the shed. SO CUTE!

Yarn-bombed stop sign – This makes me grin every time I look at it. Seriously. :-D It's just so ridiculously happy! Even obnoxious stop sign...

Check out the stopsignflower to visit the brilliance of this idea. Basically a guy's daughter got a knitting kit, he had to learn how to teach her how to do it. He thought of knitting these "stop sign flowers" and put them up around San Diego.

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Piano Key Staircases

I guess they had to do something with them after the explosion of cell phones...

A group of art students in Japan known as Kingyobu have repurposed old phone booths into goldfish aquariums across Osaka, Japan. ca devrait être plus gros.

Some of the best Urban Street Art I've seen

Urban Street Art...

Pinner wrote: That third one down. that piece (the original at least) was the first artwork we looked at in my very first art history class. Art started as paint on the walls. (I wish I could see these art pieces in person.

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Berlin street art - the group Mentalgassi uses prints and wheatpaste to transform urban objects into art. So awesome and creative !

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