Guerrilla Street Art

Explore the world of guerrilla street art and get inspired by the creativity and ingenuity of these unconventional art forms. Discover top ideas to bring a touch of urban art to your surroundings.
Unknown Artist  City: Berlin Design, Guerrilla, Berlin, Scene, Land Art, Hopscotch, Fun, Book Print, Public Art

Think of Brad Downey as an uncooperative urban planner. Here's how he describes how the city calls to him:For me, everything is inspirational, But, mostly the city. It is the place that humans dump all their vices and virtues. It is a completely human world. It tries to shut out all other forms of life. Art is about the human experience. But, Art lives on longer than one lifetime. It has the power to change things about the past, present and future. It can affect life that follows it. Art is…

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Jo Jacks Travel Family
70 Amazing Examples of Street Art | Bored Panda Neon, Photo Art, Street Art, Creative, Public Art, Amazing Street Art, Sanat, Resim, Artsy

This huge collection of creative street art will show you that city is probably the best canvas! Every wall, fence or column could be turned into an art piece. It brings smiles and raises eyebrows. It is closer to people than the best painting or installation shown in a art gallery. Now take a look at these 70 creative examples of street art. How can something so beautiful and creative be a crime?

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Paul Ovuoba
In 2001, artist Peter Gibson began a guerrilla street art campaign to encourage the city of Montreal to build more bike lanes. What began as a project borne of activism eventually became an art project that continues to this day. Assuming the name Roadsworth stating, "where Wordsworth is a poet of w Graffiti, Street Artists, Street Art Graffiti, 3d Street Art, Pavement Art, Street Art, Land Art, Sidewalk Art, Amazing Street Art

In 2001, artist Peter Gibson began a guerrilla street art campaign to encourage the city of Montreal to build more bike lanes. What began as a project borne of activism eventually became an art project that continues to this day. Assuming the name Roadsworth stating, “where Wordsworth is a poet of words, Roadsworth is a poet of roads,” the artist has cleverly modified roads, sidewalks, parking lots and any other publicly visible asphalt surface he can transform with paint. More

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judith helman
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Itching to make your own guerrilla-style street art on the side of buildings, freeway overpasses, and abandoned billboards? The beauty of street art is that you don't need an expensive canvas or frame to display your creative expression. Computer paper, masking tape, and oil-based markers are all you need to make your artwork. For the sticky adhesive that will stick your paper artwork to a smooth wall surface, all you need is wheat flour and water to make the wheatpaste.

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