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2014 Finnish design -inspired by graffiti and similar free-hand colorful paintings.

2014 Finnish design -inspired by graffiti and similar free-hand colorful paintings.

Street art by Mr Brainwash

Mr Brainwash Icons Exhibit - The Mr. Brainwash Icons Exhibit debuted in New York City last week in the meatpacking district. Brainwash, a French filmmaker turned artist, is.

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Golden Landscape print - watercolor print for sale print of yellow landscape large art matte print colorful midwest pattern print

Terry Hays - Left: “Grass fire near the Barnett Shale,” acrylic on wood and Sintra. 26 x12.5 inches. Right: “Grass Fire!,” acrylic on wood and Sintra. 26 x 12.5 inches.

Swimming to Salvation

Terry Hays - Left: “Grass fire near the Barnett Shale,” acrylic on wood and Sintra. Right: “Grass Fire!

KAH says: Birute Nomeda Stankuniene

Saatchi Art: Wild strawberries Painting by Birute Nomeda Stankuniene

Origami Street Art. Much easier for me to accomplish than yarn bombing. Hmm...

Creative Inspiration: Origami Street Art

KAH says: Paola Dangelico

KAH says: Paola Dangelico

Andre Trenier in the Bronx, NYC

This wally loves this spray painted masterpiece of street art skill by an obviously very talented street artist

Interior Design

My dream house: Assembly required (29 photos)

Wish I could do this to my walls. Emily Evans designed this gorgeous Día de los Muertos wallpaper for two Latin bars in London. It's hand-screened using metallic gold ink on peacock, charcoal, and raspberry paper.

The Space Within - Victor Pasmore  Victor’s systematic study of abstractionism includes the great artists Kandinsky, Mondrian and Arp. During the post-war years in the 1940s he also became interested in architecture and town planning. Victor's belief is that combining abstract art with architecture can embrace the contradictions of the human spirit.

The Space Within - Victor Pasmore Victor’s systematic study of abstractionism includes the great artists Kandinsky, Mondrian and Arp. During the post-war years in the 1940s he also became interested in architecture and town planning. Victor's belief is that combining abstract art with architecture can embrace the contradictions of the human spirit.