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Emilio Lopez-Menchero, ci -dessus : Trying to be Cadere, rue du Serpentin,Ixelles.(index B57, code14003002, dit le bâton de New York), photographie couleurs marouflée sur aluminium, 60 x 73,5 cm, 2013

Emilio Lopez-Menchero, ci -dessus : Trying to be Cadere, rue du Serpentin,Ixelles.(index B57, code14003002, dit le bâton de New York), photographie couleurs marouflée sur aluminium, 60 x 73,5 cm, 2013

Street Art piece from Blu in Wien

Street Art piece from Blu in Wien

pinterest/mlkaks123 Andrea Ravo Mattoni

pinterest/mlkaks123 Andrea Ravo Mattoni

Every summer the small Swiss town of Vercorin offers up its public spaces and buildings to artists to do with them what they will.  I may have to move here

MY COMMENT: This would work nice in a carpet design. "Every summer the small Swiss town of Vercorin offers up its public spaces and buildings to artists to create contemporary works of art. This is Lang/Baumann‘s 'Street Painting

Pink Ghost in public space:   The Pink Ghost project by Périphériques Architects is a temporary installation that making an argument about t...

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.

Why should city infrastructure be boring? Why not add a bit of paint and give life some spice. Life should be fun!                                                                                                                                                     More

What a fantastic imagination some street art artists have! Who would have thought to dress up an ordinary pylon by painting a spectacular aboriginal hand? I notice the column in the background is also painted the same.

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Dropped Cone by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen located at Neumarkt Galerie, Cologne, Germany

Sand art, placed one layer at a time via the hand of Joe Mangrum. These are temporary, public "installations", but you can have one of your own.

This is so beautiful omg Sand art, placed one layer at a time via the hand of Joe Mangrum. These are temporary, public "installations", but you can have one of your own.

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