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Banksy enters the Olympic Graffiti Games. Authorities have threatened to wash away graffiti, will they eradicate a Banksy? 3d Street Art, Street Art Banksy, Street Art Utopia, Amazing Street Art, Street Artists, Wall Street, Banksy Graffiti, Graffiti Games, Graffiti Artwork

Banksy interprets the Olympics

With the London Olympics starting on Friday I suppose it was only a matter of time before we started seeing new pieces from Banksy popping up. The first is a javelin thrower who’s a bit bette…

Come with me to Africa Illustration Design Graphique, Art Graphique, Collage Design, Collage Art, Heritage Day South Africa, Typography Design, Branding Design, Afrique Art, Futuristic Art

Typography - Africa – #soulfulbrandingchallenge. Vincent Michea 138 - CoDesign Magazine | Daily-updated Magazine celebrating creative talent from around the world

Typography Africa #soulfulbrandingchallenge. Vincent Michea 138

I was looking through an Illustration book and I came across the work of Stuart Patience. He is an illustration and animation gradu. Art And Illustration, Illustrations Posters, Elephant Illustration, Animal Illustrations, Street Art, Elephant Love, Flying Elephant, Elephant Art, Arte Sketchbook

Meet CHAD (or The Way We Developed Our Core Values) | Ignite Hospitality Marketing Agency

Ignite Hospitality Marketing Values - Collaborative. Bar, restaurant, hotel, pub, B&B, hospitality marketing, web design, web development, digital marketing, SEO.

Banksy is back with two new pieces of street art ahead of this year’s London 2012 Olympic Games. The new graffiti works see a javelin thrower with a missile and a pole vaulter hurdling barbed wire. Banksy Graffiti, Street Art Banksy, Graffiti Games, Banksy Work, Graffiti Artwork, Bansky, Graffiti Artists, Banksy Paintings, Banksy Canvas Prints

Banksy interprets the Olympics

With the London Olympics starting on Friday I suppose it was only a matter of time before we started seeing new pieces from Banksy popping up. The first is a javelin thrower who’s a bit bette…

Over a five day stretch, the Brandalism project saw 25 artists from 8 countries come together for the biggest subvertising campaign in UK history. Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Bristol and London all saw billboard spaces co-opted by these street artists.