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Jewels in the city - Amsterdam - Liesbet Bussche - Liesbet Bussche is a street artist who wants to add a bit of class, and proper jewelry accents, to all that ugly junk hanging around the city streets. She adds her whimsical touches, like earring backs, half heart pendants and glowing chains, to the stuff on the side of the road, and the city gains about a hundred style points overnight. i need to go see this one day

Jewels in the city - Amsterdam - Liesbet Bussche - Liesbet Bussche is a street artist who wants to add a bit of class, and proper jewelry accents, to all that ugly junk hanging around the city streets. She adds her whimsical touches, like earring backs, half heart pendants and glowing chains, to the stuff on the side of the road, and the city gains about a hundred style points overnight. i need to go see this one day

Painterly Visions: GOLDEN TRIANGLE BID UNVEILS WINNING ARTISTIC BIKE RACK

Painterly Visions: GOLDEN TRIANGLE BID UNVEILS WINNING ARTISTIC BIKE RACK

Going Up, or Down?

Going Up, or Down?

I don't like the fear this inspires in me. But am impressed with how real it looks, and admire the thought behind it. Shark in Elevator - Amazing Street Art,

The wider side of the Gooderham Building (1892) in Toronto is marked by an artful painting made in the style of trompe l’oeil, meaning ‘to deceive the eye.’ The Flatiron Mural (1998) by Canadian artist Derek Besant, mirrors the building directly across from it. Derek gave the illusion of a fluttering drape and many open windows, only a few of which are actually there.

The wider side of the Gooderham Building (1892) in Toronto is marked by an artful painting made in the style of trompe l’oeil, meaning ‘to deceive the eye.’ The Flatiron Mural (1998) by Canadian artist Derek Besant, mirrors the building directly across from it. Derek gave the illusion of a fluttering drape and many open windows, only a few of which are actually there.

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