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    laughingsquid:

Y U NO Guy Rage Comics Street Art in London
     
  2. ianbrooks:

    Interactive Digital Street Art by Paul Notzold

    Bringing his TXTual Healing Project to Sheboygan, Paul’s digital street projections are completely interactive: texting the number indicated will change the message in the word bubbles. A cool play-along for good, bar-going folks.. but how in the hell did they ever get a picture that didnt say PENIS because I know that’s what I’d be texting.

    Artist: Website (source: Wooster Collective)

     
  3. ianbrooks:

    Star Wars Street Arts

    All too easy.

    Photos by vip223 (via: Hey Oscar Wilde! / Tie Fighters)

     
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    it8bit:

Pac-Manhole Cover
Spotted in Göttingen, Germany; Mensa-Tower
via: StreetArtNews

    it8bit:

    Pac-Manhole Cover

    Spotted in Göttingen, Germany; Mensa-Tower

    via: StreetArtNews

     
  5. ianbrooks:

    Breaking Tempo by DAL

    Displaying a kinetic motion and a sequential story that only ends in the viewer’s imagination, DAL has painted this amazing mural in Windhoek, Namibia.

    Artist: website (via: street art news)

     
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    thingsorganizedneatly:

Mark Jenkins
     
  7. archiemcphee:

    Giant Googly Eyes - Most googly eyes are tiny and good for any number of small objects, but what if you want to make a car or house look like it has eyes? Don’t despair! This pair of Giant Googly Eyes is 7” in diameter with adhesive on the back.

     
  8. archiemcphee:

    In the spirit of work by other awesome street artists like Dan Witz and Mark JenkinsMilo Project have joined the crusade to freak out pedestrians and remind them to pay attention to their surroundings with their wonderfully unsettling sculpture series entitled Invisible Minority.

    [via Vandalog]

     
  9. 17:33 23rd Feb 2012

    Notes: 1900

    Reblogged from thedailywhat

    Tags: Street Art

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    thedailywhat:

Street Art of the Day: A New York City phone booth repurposed as a “communal library”/book drop by architect John Locke as part of his ongoing urban intervention project, the Department of Urban Betterment.
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    thedailywhat:

    Street Art of the Day: A New York City phone booth repurposed as a “communal library”/book drop by architect John Locke as part of his ongoing urban intervention project, the Department of Urban Betterment.

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  10. archiemcphee:

    The Googly Eye Cru can strike anywhere and we love what they do. Anything can be woken up with a pair of their adhesive googly eyes, like a fire hydrant in New York and a handicapped parking space in Portland. Awesome!