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Серии картин стали появляться на железнодорожных путях по всей Португалии не так давно – автор использует яркие краски и неоновые цвета, создавая приятный контраст между серым фоном и написанной картиной.

Серии картин стали появляться на железнодорожных путях по всей Португалии не так давно – автор использует яркие краски и неоновые цвета, создавая приятный контраст между серым фоном и написанной картиной.

This hole! It was made for me!! - Imgur

This hole! It was made for me!!

A Chinese couple take pictures in an interactive installation art work called “You and Me” on Valentine’s Day at 798 Art Zone on February 2012 in Beijing, China. Valentine’s Day has become one of the most popular Western festivals celebrated in China.

Dispatchwork - Jan Vormann

Dispatchwork: a movement initiated by 27 year-old German artist Jan Vormann, who started patching old walls with Lego bricks

epic little people floor!

Epic Floor

Epic Floor Design, although I'm not sure what the idea is. if laid with clear or glass tiles to see the design would be different, but to put black tiles over doesn't make any sense. I wonder if you get a magnifying glass to view the floor.

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I want to watch Tom & Jerry cartoons whenever I see this Street Art. Very funny!

A 2-week public arts event inundates a small city in Arkansas with an array of vibrant murals and installations.

Art festival blankets Fort Smith in rainbow paint and recycled junk

Artist Turns Trash Into Animals To Remind Us About Pollution - To spread his message about endless waste production, Portuguese street artist Bordalo II (Artur Bordalo) creates stunning animal sculptures.

This probably loose it's novelty, but maybe you could replace the legos with colorful tiles?

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.

Imaginative Graffiti Is Taking Over Train Tracks In Portugal

Tired of seeing graffiti on the wall? Hop on over to Portugal where thanks to the creativity of Artur Bordalo, graffiti art is popping up on train tracks.

Look at the invisible tree

Look at the invisible tree

Hovering Tree Illusion by Daniel Siering and Mario Shu in Potsdam, Germany trees street art optical illusion

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