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Street Painting – Franklin’s Footpath / Photographer: Henry Groskinsky, 1972 Artist Gene Davis putting finishing touches on his painting. “Franklin’s Footpath,” painted on the street in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Jan Vormann, 26, is a German artist who has spent the last three years travelling the world fixing crumbling walls and monuments using Lego. Vorman took his project from its humble beginnings at an art fair in Rome and brightened up thousands of people's days with his brightly colored plastic Lego bricks.

Dispatchwork: a movement initiated by 27 year-old German artist Jan Vormann, who started patching old walls with Lego bricks

Go to the Beach Inside this Subway Car : TreeHugger

Go to the Beach Inside this Subway Car

Korean Subway Car Turned Into A Beach subway floor art.I would feel compelled to walk in the footsteps. This is awesome

Meningen med billedet er at vise at man ikke altid skal leve det liv alle andre lever, det viser også at man skal yde for at have et godt liv

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Beautifully Painted Stairs From All Over The World----Valparasio, Chile. In Valparaiso, Chile, you can walk up a flight of piano-like stairs. It’s just too bad you can’t play a tune too.

Street art is usually stupid but the one at the top shares a great message

Urban Street Art...

The keyboard keys are in the correct order, it's a Dutch keyboard, which is AZERTY instead of QWERT.

QWERTY seating.  Obviously we couldn't have a full keyboard, but it might be fun to have a set of stools that look like typewriter keys...

These giant black and white keys made to resemble a typewriter is a work of art! It's practical uses could be for seating and would look great either in a public space or in a private garden setting.

“No.27 – A Nod to Ed Ruscha” is a street installation in Limerick City, Ireland. The artist behind this fabulous petrol station is Maser

– A Nod to Ed Ruscha” is a street installation in Limerick City, Ireland. The artist behind this fabulous petrol station is Maser City Scape with cars with prints + all white

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