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Street Art by Herakut in Melbourne, Australia
another great mural - STREET ART UTOPIA » We declare the world as our canvasstreet_art_wall_25 » STREET ART UTOPIA
Apeldoorn, The Netherlands artist Henrik Moses
this isn't happiness™ (Room with a view), Peteski
Take a picture of your child's favorite toys, convert picture to black and white, and then have it blown up. Totally LOVE this idea.
My Mother would doodle like this when i was young, on napkins or scraps of paper left around the house. Saatchi Online Artist: Indrė Bankauskaitė; Pen and Ink, Drawing "Balloons"
fairy fairies faery faeries trees glen Faery Glen ©Meredith DillmanFaery Glen©
Christian Faur’s crayon art looks more like a rasturbated photograph than a portrait made of colored crayons. After scanning a photo, Faur breaks the picture down into color blocks. Then he closely aligns thousands of colored crayons to recreate the image. Truly amazing! christian, art boxes, color crayon, random acts, teaching blogs, coloring sheets, crayons, crayon box, crayon art
By adept, and stay adaptive.
The modern trend in anamorphic sidewalk art owes much to the efforts of Kurt Wenner, a former NASA scientific illustrator who has been crafting meticulous public illusions for the past 30 years. From Rome to London to Las Vegas, his art has dazzled all who walk by it (or on it!). Click through to see some of his most striking work, and read an interview with the artist here. sidewalk art illusions, 3d sidewalk, sidewalk chalk art
just love these images!
Hummingbird sculpture made from shattered cd fragments