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The streets have become a breeding ground for incredible artwork (38 Photos)

love this, the tagging on the cloak reminds me of a klimt painting.

British artist Hush builds up powerful portraits of pale-faced geishas with floral forms and graffiti tags.

http://www.edgewoodclinicalservices.com/counseling/marriage-couples-and-family-counseling/ Inclused architecture and art, so its like graffiti culture

These pieces are nice. the photo takes in the balance of the building aswell as the artwork. the photographer did a great job of centering the artwork when cropping out the excess parts of the building from left to right.

graffiti wall in Seattle- Why have I always loved street art so much? Oh yeah cuz it is damn awesome

Graffiti on a wall in Seattle, I love the variation of everyones uniquely developed style of writing and how flagrantly the mistakes are displayed in graffiti.

Street art (place Jean Vilar, Vitry-sur-Seine, Paris, France, July 2013) by Borondo

Borondo dans les rues de Vitry-sur-Seine

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“The Boneyard Project” is the brainchild of Eric Firestone in collaboration with Carlo McCormick. The project consists of scrapped military aircraft that is then used as a canvas for contemporary artists.

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See more amazing graffiti from urban artists in our street art update now showing volume 35 and still presenting some of the best urban art in the world!

33 more breathtaking and incredible photos of abandoned places - Blog of Francesco Mugnai

33 more breathtaking and incredible photos of abandoned places

33 more breathtaking and incredible photos of abandoned places Abandoned Train

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