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The Fire in the Eyes by Nikita Nomerz

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‘The Fire in the Eyes' in Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia, by artist Nikita Nomerz

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The Living Wall - Street Art by Nikita Nomerz

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The Living Wall: Russian street artist Nikita Nomerz turns derelict buildings into faces Watcher Man in Krasnoyarsk Watcher Man in Krasnoyarsk Picture: Nikita Nomerz / Rex Features

Eyes Wide Open: Stunning Street Art Masterpieces By Nikita Nomerz

Eyes Wide Open: Stunning Street Art Masterpieces By Nikita Nomerz

old buildings, new art

Cool graffitis bring old buildings to life

gotstufff: “ GOT WALL FACES? Graffiti & street art from Russia. Some wall faces made by russian street artist Nomerz. Check his full collection via Street Files ”

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The Living Wall: Russian street artist Nikita Nomerz turns derelict buildings into faces Summertime in Vyksa Summertime in Vyksa - a work in progress Picture: Nikita Nomerz / Rex Features

The Living Wall – Street Art by Nikita Nomerz « Cuded – Showcase of Art & Design

The Living Wall - Street Art by Nikita Nomerz

Graffiti artist Nikita Nomerz travels around Russia with a cool project called The Living Wall,where he brings old architectonical structures to life by painting playful human faces, eyes and hands on them.

Flowering stairs - (Spain)

flower steps in Ewha, Korea That was one thing that was really cool in Korea. They had beautiful murals all over the place! All of the walls around the military bases had murals, sides of buildings usually had murals… It was just beautiful!

A friend in China recently told me that you could be one in a million, and there are a thousand just like you.

A Chinese couple take pictures in an interactive installation art work called “You and Me” on Valentine’s Day at 798 Art Zone on February 2012 in Beijing, China. Valentine’s Day has become one of the most popular Western festivals celebrated in China.

In Valdivia Chile. By Marianne Meier. In her own words: "With the help of nearly 50 women of the city. We knitt for a week in front of the river which crosses the city. Then i cover a front of the Museum of Contemporary Art. It was such a beautiful experience, collaborative work."    More Knitting Graffiti, Yarn Bombing and Guerilla Crochet:  www.streetartutop...

100 of the most beloved Street Art Photos in 2012 - Part 2

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