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Paintings created by the Spanish group Boa Mistura, in Vila Brasilândia, a poor neighborhood of São Paulo.

painted by nails :O

Incredible 3D Screw Art Portraits

Community Post: Brazilian Suburb Gets Perspective Typography Murals

Brazilian Suburb Gets Perspective Typography Murals

Participative Urban Art project in Vila Brâsilandia, one of the favelas in São Paulo by Boamistura

Everywhere and nowhere

By Banksy ❌ I don't believe in anarchy, but I also don't believe in a police state. Fuck the police

Anamorphic Typography

Joseph Egan Hunter Thomson, graduates of the Chelsea School of Art Design created this anamorphic type installation as part of their final project of 4 images)

A world in saturated colors...

The gray and pink scale do wonders with this. I love how the bricks are pink, from there you see the pink umbrella hanging downward. You can see the contrast of the pink, being bright, and the gray, staying neutral.

Urbanism and nature do not always get along well, but when they do, the collaboration may create something really special and unique. We’re talking about street artists who incorporate elements of nature into their graffiti, turning 2D paintings into amazing 3D installations.

25+ Pieces Of Street Art That Cleverly Interact With Nature

UK street artist Banksy: 'Bush', is found in Canonbury, London where he ‘enhanced’ a bush on a wall, to suggest a ‘bush’ of a different kind.

Boa Mistura is a Spanish art collective that engaged the community around this intervention. Helped by local families – children in particular – they painted words of hope and inspiration (including terms that translate as beauty, pride and love) that the observer must shift to see.

floating graffiti participatory favela project by boa mistura: "orgulho" (pride)