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Dance Floors, Dance Pictures, Dance Moving, Hiphop, Street Art, Hip Hop, Desktop Wallpapers, Street Dance, Streetart
Full HD Graffiti Urban Street Art Creative, Desktop Wallpaper Graffiti Urban Street Art Creative
new dance move called stomp the yard
3D Dance Floor
Art | Street Art Graffiti Urban Creative Spray HipHop Breakdance
hip hop dance art - Google-Suche
#StreetArt Graffiti Urban Creative Hiphop Breakdance #spraypaint
Street Artists, Children Plays, Street Art Utopia, Streetartutopia, Baby Art, Art Kids, Little Boys, Graffiti Artists, Codex Inferno
Look again... - art by Codex Inferno; - photo from streetartutopia http://www.streetartutopia.com/?p=2014
bird Street Art | ... art kid street art cesar alexander betty boop art art kid street art
awww, 2 little boys drawing on the wall =)
frenquency: Awesome piece, by street artist codex inferno
kids. the original graffiti artists. By Codex Inferno
STREET ART UTOPIA By Codex Inferno. — with Ben Cochrane, Rosalina Forte, Urban Shika and 16 others. June 18, 2010
Idea, The Piano, Awesome, Street Art, Piano Keys, Piano Stairs, House, Stairways, Streetart
Piano stairs would look awesome in a house!
piano key stairs. Awesome idea. Gotta try this out for an Interior.
graffiti #graffiti #art #streetart street art #piano
Love the idea of the piano stairs
Piano stairs in Santiago, Chile Love these starir how cool would it be to recreat in a awesome living room stairway ..just a wild idea!!
How does that #song go... #stairway to #heaven! This #piano stairway is made pf #piano #keys, how rad! #graffiti #street #art #NicholasYust #MetalArtStudio STREET ART COMMUNITY » We declare the world as our canvas. www.moderncrowd.com/reverse-graffiti-street-art
Phone booth library in NYC
Booths Libraries, John Locke, John Locks, Minis Libraries, Book, New York, Public Libraries, Phones Booths, Phonebooth
Architect John Locke built bookshelves to incorporate into NYC phone booths, redefining the use for phone booths in a cell phone age. The bookshelves invite people to take a book for free, or leave one for others to find. This is perhaps the most public a “public library” could possibly be.
Book Booth In February 2012, architect John Locke created a mini library out of a booth on New York City's Upper West Side.
Architect John Locke is doing to the phone booths of New York what every self-respecting bookworm has silently wished for since cell phones became ubiquitous and books became redundant. Almost! As part of his Department of Urban Betterment project, he has been converting normally grimy, grotty phonebooths in the city into useful resources for the bookish subway trawling population.
New York architect John Locke recently launched a project to repurpose phone booths into pop-up communal libraries. The project, DUB 00, turns antiquated phone booths into bookshelves that allow visitors to take, borrow, or exchange books. Using a single piece of plywood, the bookshelf hangs securely to the interior of the booth without altering the original positions of the pay phone and signs. The phone booth libraries, are part of Locke’s “Urban Betterment Project.”
Street Artists, Miniatures Building, Urban Art, Artists Paintings, Apartment Building, Photo, Evol, Streetart
arte urbano naturaleza29
German street artist EVOL transforms banal urban surfaces into miniature lifelike buildings, mostly hi-rise apartment buildings.
Street Artist Paints Miniature Apartment Buildings Around the City – Enpundit
Miniature Buildings – Street art by Evol
StreetArt Urban Art
street art photo: EVOL
Walks, Student, Grass, Green, Parks, Wheels, Hamsters, The Cities, Funny Stuff
If you’ve gotta run the wheel, you might as well do it in bare feet. Many of us are so busy being good little hamsters that we never have face time with green space. A group of students from Dalhousie School of Architecture — David Gallaugher, Kevin James, and Jacob Jebailey — decided to remedy thisproblem with a street-ready grass-lined wheel.
Grass wheel walk in grass with every step. This guy must be sick of the city! LOL
I really like this for some reason. "The Parkwheel, a grass-lined wheel that lets you take the park with you, is the product of a student project aiming to make a social statement about the lack of green space in cities — and the irony of how we’re not even allowed to walk on the few public grass areas that do exist."
Berlin Streetart, Art Streetart, Artists Unknown, Art Berlin, Streetart Graffiti, Bears Awesome, Streetart Art, Roof Art, Berlin Artists
Blo, #Berlin - unurth | street art #streetart #art
Roof art in Berlin (artist unknown)
Street art (Berlin, Germany) by BLO
#blu #rooftop #bear #awesome
in Berlin #streetart #graffiti #street art
3D Street Art, Paintings Stairs, Optical Illusions, Subway Art, Illusions Art, Art Cakes, Stairways, Streetart, Graffiti Art
Graffiti Art + Optical Illusions = Awesome
3D Street Art
optical illusion art, street #3d art
Stairway to Nowhere -This Toronto Subway street art is an impressive illusion of a staircase. The City of #Toronto has a program which aims to develop and promote #streetart throughout the city.
Painted stairs in a subway labyrinth style
Optical Illusion - Stairway to Haven!
I like this subway art, #stairway
Street Art #Cake
Lego street art
Vormann Lego, Dispatchwork Projects, Street Art, Jan Vormann, Lego Street, Lego Dispatchwork, Barcelona Spain, Street Work, Art Urbain
lego street art
APARTE: JAN VORMANN LEGO MANIFEST
A work made with lego parts inspired on the Dispatchwork project created by Jan Vormann
Fiberart, Yarn Bombing, Crochet, Street Art, Community Art, Trees, Yarnbombing, Yarns Bombs, Fiber Art
Us crocheters and knitters are a crazy bunch.International Yarn Bombing Day.To raise awareness of the fast growing art form,people around the world par take in street art and decorate trees, street signs etc.
Yarn bombing, yarnbombing, graffiti knitting or yarnstorming is a type of graffiti or street art that employs colorful displays of knitted or crocheted cloth rather than paint or chalk. While yarn installations – called yarn bombs or knit bombs – may last for years, they are considered non-permanent, and, unlike graffiti, can be easily removed if necessary. The practice is believed to have originated in the U.S. with Texas knitters trying to find a creative way to use their leftover and unfinish
tree art installation yarn | From Rebel Yarns – A community art action blog.
fiber art tree
Frivillige strikkemænd og -kvinder søges