Renske van der Meer

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Graffiti birds by Brazilian street artist L7m

Beautiful graffiti birds by Brazilian street artist If I could I would.so put these street art painting in my room. I love the humming bird and the peacock

Either that's a deep puddle or it's fantastic 3D street art... either one is cool...lol

Pics Photos - Funny Photoshopped Pictures Swimming On Road

David Zinn sidewalk chalk illustrations – kid-friendly street art – children’s art | Small for Big

David Zinn sidewalk chalk illustrations – kid-friendly street art – children’s art Small for Big

Edgar Mueller 3D Street art. Optical illusion - gefunden und gepinnt vom Immobilienmakler in Hannover: arthax-immobilien.de

Edgar Mueller [Project] Tribute to Mount Fuji

Chicago is known for many things: sports, jazz, comedy, and, of course, deep-dish pizza. But the Windy City is also one of the ...

Chicago - flamingo wall at The Flamingo Rum Club, a Cuban themed restaurant and cabaret at 601 N.

16th Avenue Tiled Steps, San Francisco

Funny pictures about San Francisco's Secret Mosaic Staircase. Oh, and cool pics about San Francisco's Secret Mosaic Staircase. Also, San Francisco's Secret Mosaic Staircase.

If this wasn't photoshoped, then wow that's one heck of a bridge. Cool Lego bridge :)

Street Artist Megx Creates Giant Lego Bridge in Germany. How lovely it would be if all bridges were painted like this. the travel would be so much better.

Urbanismo e natureza parecem coisas contraditórias, mas nem sempre esse é o caso. Os dois podem combinar mais do que pão com manteiga

Awesome "Graffitrees": Graffiti with Actual Trees, Afro Taino by Gabriel Abreu in San Cristobal, Dominican Republic

REVOLT – The Street Art creations by Tristan Eaton

REVOLT – Street Art creations by Los Angeles-based artist Tristan Eaton

En Toronto, Canada, se encuentra esta pintura plasmada en un edificio como homenaje a la edificación Flatiron, ubicada en Nueva York.

The wider side of the Gooderham Building in Toronto is marked by an artful painting made in the style of trompe l’oeil, meaning ‘to deceive the eye.’ The Flatiron Mural by Canadian artist Derek Besant, mirrors the building directly across from it.