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The Earth without art is just 'eh'. Street art in Paris, France, by artist Levalet. Photo by Levalet Art

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In this image, we see a young man holding a paint brush and bucket filled with red paint, correcting graffiti on a wall which reads "Enjoy your life." The boy has taken a paintbrush and crossed out the letter "F" so it now reads: "Enjoy your lie.

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Graffiti artist Banksy has struck again. This time hes painted a mural behind a security fence with a CCV camera pointed at it. Photo by Thomas Hawk, 2008  Pure brilliance!

Banksy pulled off astunt to produce what is believed to be his largest work yet in central London. The secretive graffiti artist managed to erect three storeys of scaffolding behind a security fence despite being watched by a CCTV camera.

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Banksy wanted 'Clacton-on-Sea' to confront racism Banksy anti-immigration birds mural destroyed by Douglas Carswell (Ukip) - complaint “offensive and racist”. A painting that eloquently challenged views on immigration-opens diologue:

El origen del grafiti viene de las inscripciones que han quedado en paredes desde los tiempos del Imperio romano, especialmente las que son de carácter satírico o crítico. En el lenguaje común, el grafiti es el resultado de pintar textos abstractos en las paredes de manera libre, creativa e ilimitada con fines de expresión y divulgación donde su esencia es cambiar y evolucionar buscando ser un atractivo visual y con un alto impacto, como parte de un movimiento urbano revolucionario y…

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Street art in Lisbon: anniversary of the Carnation Revolution (Portugal, April

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The new painting depicts two children pledging allegiance to supermarket giant Tesco. A Tesco plastic bag flies in the place of a flag.

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