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We declare the world as our canvasStreet Art by Levalet - In Paris, France. We declare the world as our canvas3 Street Art walls with strong emotions. Just "eh" The Urban Speaker: Call it Today - Culture. Philippe Pasqua. Street art & graffiti Vitry-sur-Seine - Alicè Pasquini. <div class="info"><span class="msg-icon"></span><p> To take full advantage of Flickr, you should use a JavaScript-enabled browser and <a href=" the latest version of the Adobe Flash Player</a>.

street art & graffiti Vitry-sur-Seine - Alicè Pasquini

</p></div> keyboard shortcuts: ← previous photo → next photo L view in light box F favorite < scroll film strip left > scroll film strip right ? Show all shortcuts. - STREET ART UTOPIA. 969years. - STREET ART UTOPIA. Pano4.jpg (1500×761) Das etwas andere Klo-Graffiti. Holy Moly!

Das etwas andere Klo-Graffiti

Auf diesen von “decktwo” gestalteten Toiletten würde ich auch gern mal scheissen! Entschuldigt die Ausdrucksweise, aber was gibt es schöneres als sich von gewissen Dingen zu befreien und dabei noch großartige Kunst um sich rumzuhaben? Da kann man sich die Klolektüre auch gleich sparen, denn bis man die ganzen “Tags” mal entziffert und gelesen hat dürfte einige Zeit vergehen. Mehr Bilder gibts auf der Webseite von “decktwo“! Take a Walk. April 16, 2010 Visitors to lower Manhattan can see public art installations by two members of the SVA community as a part of Re: Construction, a program of the Downtown Alliance, which aims to transform area construction sites into spaces for the display of new public art.

Take a Walk

Walking Men 99, a work by alumnus Maya Barkai (2005 BFA Photography), is on view at 99 Church Street, covering plywood street facades that stretch across three city blocks. The 500-foot-long installation features 99 life-size images of pedestrian traffic-light icons. The images were gathered from around the world as a part of Barkai’s ongoing project Walking Men Worldwide, for which she has invited people to submit photographs of the familiar pedestrian symbols from across the globe. “The ‘walking man’ is an international celebrity and one of our most recognizable figures,” says Barkai. Images: (top) Maya Barkai, Walking Men 99, 2010.

Before I Die. 2011New Orleans, LA Interactive public art project that invites people to share their personal aspirations in public space.

Before I Die

After losing someone she loved and falling into depression, Chang created this experiment on an abandoned house in her neighborhood to create an anonymous place to help restore perspective and share intimately with her neighbors while remaining an introvert. Meant as a singular experiment, the project gained global attention and thanks to passionate people around the world, over 500 Before I Die walls have been created in over 70 countries, including Kazakhstan, Iraq, Haiti, China, Ukraine, Portugal, Japan, Denmark, Argentina, and South Africa. The Before I Die book is a celebration of these walls and the stories behind them. Follow the latest Before I Die walls and responses on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. 2011, New Orleans, LA. Cordoba, Argentina. Najaf, Iraq. Brooklyn, NY. Almaty, Kazakhstan Savannah, GA. Pohang City, South-Korea. San Francisco, CA. Raewyn_haughton_big.jpg (1049×786) - STREET ART UTOPIA.

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