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German street artist EVOL transforms banal urban surfaces into miniature lifelike buildings, mostly hi-rise apartment buildings.

No, I do not have any place to do this, nor would I even if there were stairs at our house. However, it is cool looking in a setting like this. (You can read the article at the link)

Piano Key Staircases

Lovely Piano Key Staircases in Valparaiso, Chile. Scale a piano forte

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Street Art Where most of us would walk by and ignore this ugly space some very talented people give us a reason to stop, look and smile. Street Art Utopia click and check them out.


Satellite dish art Might have pinned it before Another township possible project

Artist Mademoiselle Maurice used paper origami sculptures to decorate streets in Angers, France

Colorful Origami Street Art Installations by Mademoiselle Maurice. The Saint-Maurice cathedral was adorned with two installations—a geometric pattern on the front gate and a rainbow of origami on the front steps.

Sewer outlet slide

Says pinner "Honestly. Can we just invite graffiti artists to make art on all the horrible looking places in cities? The world would be much more interesting and beautiful.

Seen in Explore  This was gone a month later and all that remained were a few squiggles of glue.  By Dan Witz.

Brick Lane, London by Dan Witz. The street sign shows someone hanging upside down with a pair of happy polka dotted socks.

3D Sidewalk Chalk Art: 4 of the World’s Most Talented Street Artists | DeMilked

Amazing Art Collection 400 awesome craft ideas to do with your kids this Christmas! Amazing Street Art of Edgar Mueller Pics)


Creative and Funny Street Art from OakoAk

Creative and funny Street Art ideas by french street artist OaKoAk .

aakash nihali "tape art"

Mathematical Street Art by Aakash Nihalani

Sum Times - Aakash Nihalani "incorporates his signature style forms into urban environments to work as simple (and clever! For example, one window + one window = two windows.

Brazilian street artist Walter Nomura aka Tinho is currently in Frankfurt, Germany where he just finished working on this brilliant new piece. Invited by Schirn for the Street Art Brazil exhibition, the talented artist painted this piece depicting two children waiting on a pile of books.

Mural in Frankfurt, Germany by Brazilian street artist Walter Nomura aka Tinho