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Arnsberg, Germany.....Lego Street Art Around The World. This Lego street art works in two ways: one, it makes the grey and boring street more colourful, all the while repairing the crumbling street brick walls. So it’s basically a two-for-one Lego repair.
Jan Vormann - Lego street art #lego #legobombing #streetart #legostreetart #janvormann
I want to do this in our garden Lego bricks in the wall #lego #street art #art
Street art – Lego bricks extending and mimicking the texture of the stone wall
I love unexpected street art.. Lego Street Art
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LEGO WALL REPAIR lego_street_art_4
Street art - Lego corner
Lego blocks, those plastic pieces that you step on at night in bare feet, came from the workshop of Danish carpenter Ole Kirk Christiansen (1891-1958) who began making wooden toys in his garage in 1932 after losing his job in the Great Depression. In 1934 his company came to be called "Lego", from the Danish phrase leg godt, which means "play well". In 1947 he moved onto using plastics, originally for small plastic bears and rattles and by 1949 he had produced over 200 plastic and wooden toys. In 1949 Lego began producing, among other new products, an early version of the now famous interlocking bricks, calling them "Automatic Binding Bricks". In 1958, the modern brick design was developed by Christiansen’s son, who took over ops after his father died of a heart attack, but it took another five years to find the right material for it. The modern Lego brick was patented on 28 January 1958 and bricks from that year are still compatible with current bricks. In 1978, Lego produced the first minifigures. Some pics of Lego street art: Lego covered bridge, part of a street art ad campaign by Lego. Concrete blocks made to resemble Lego blocks, in Poland Lego-Brücke, a concrete overpass in Wuppertal, Germany, concrete blocks of this bridge were repainted to resemble the LEGO bricks by street artist Martin Heuwold, or Megx **********
Love clever street art! Puts a smile on our face. http://www.boredpanda.com/oakoak-street-art/
Arte urbano con mucho humor de la mano de oakoak http://restreet.altervista.org/oakoak-gioca-con-le-imperfezioni-delle-strade/
Humorous Urban Interventions on the Streets of France by OakOak http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/07/oakoak-street-interventions/
Previously, we featured street artist OakOak giving his hometown of St. Etienne, France a humorous makeover by adding in witty artworks to unnoticed and unappreciated parts of the city. Today he continues his mission, finding little cracks and imperfections along the street and making them interact with various pop culture characters. ‘My main interest is […]
Amazing artist OakOak creates hilarious, imaginative, irreverent and sometimes a little macabre street work that has filled column inches from BBC Brazil to Beijing's biggest daily newspaper. Daubing simple graffiti and paintings on urban features – often the broken ones – OakOak tries to do what street artists do best
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amazing OakOakNew02 Check more at http://weirdhood.com/art/works-street-artist-oakoak-art/
French Street Artist OakOak. Entertaining and creatively thought...
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Previously, we featured street artist OakOak giving his hometown of St. Etienne, France a humorous makeover by adding in witty artworks to unnoticed and un
Meaningful Street Art - The world going down the drain
Mancha Mundi location: Santander, Spain PEJAC http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/pejac/ #urbanart #streetart
Artist Pejac Deals with Subtractive Elements in His Public Work #streetart #graffiti trendhunter.com
Foto: • ARTIST . PEJAC • ◦ Mancha Mundi ◦ location: Santander, Spain Uma maneira de usar objetos super aborrecidos e torná-los em algo interessante visualmente.
I just love love love this! Foto: • ARTIST . PEJAC • ◦ Mancha Mundi ◦ location: Santander, Spain
Foto: • ARTIST . PEJAC • ◦ Mancha Mundi ◦ location: Santander, Spain an obvious commentary.
Pejak in Spain, cool street artists, urban art, graffiti art, wall murals.
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El arte callejero muchas veces causa discrepancias, hay gente que cree que son pintadas que lo único que hacen es ensuciar las paredes, y otra que cree que es verdadero arte… En mi opinión, no todo el arte urbano es basura, ni todo el arte urbano es una obra de arte. Hay gente que se dedica a pintar las paredes para molestar, o por pura diversión, pero también hay muchos que lo hacen porque esta es su forma de expresarse ante el mundo, y lo hacen muy bien! Cara de la ciudad,Toronto, Canadá La leyenda de los gigantes, Białystok, Polonia El mundo se va por el desagüe, España Calvin & Hobbes, Francia Platillos telescopios, Birmingham, UK Bruce Lee, Saint Etienne, Francia Sluggo en la calle Banderas del Reino Unido, Londres, UK Chica Pom Pom Spiderman, Francia Cigarro El paseo de la caravina, Francia Niña, George Town, Malaysia Pájaro, Atenas, Grecia El grito, Francia Calvin & Hobbes, Francia El cosechador, Kaunas, Lituania Ojo perdido, Francia Seto, Londres, UK Actor Secundario Bob, Francia Hora de las sumas Avestruz, Roma, Italia Bicicleta, George Town, Malaysia Brillando, Francia Pelo, Fort De France, Martinique Kenny, Francia Gafas, Rusia La pajita - See more at: http://circoviral.com/28-obras-arte-callejero/#sthash.UbCPPHWY.dpuf
SPOTLIGHT: Selected Street Art Pieces by Pejac Spanish street artist Pejac is a genius. As skilled on canvas inside as he is on the walls and streets outside, Pejac’s work ranges from playful to...
Toon Bombing: A Toronto Artist Turns Outdoor Objects into Googly Eyed Faces Toronto street art humor faces
Toon Bombing by Erica in Art All it takes is some googly eyes, a wagging tongue and some fierce teeth to turn ordinary street fixtures into monsters. Canadian artist Aiden Glynn has brought humor to the streets of Toronto!
Toon Bombing - artist Aiden Glynn, adds some googly eyes, a wagging tongue and some fierce teeth to turn ordinary street fixtures into monsters.
Animator and artist Aiden Glenn of Pizza and Pixels takes his love for character design to the streets of Liberty Village, Toronto where he turns outdoor objects into weird, googly-eyed faces. Glenn refers to the act as “toon bombing”
Toon Bombing: A Toronto Artist, Aiden Glenn, Turns Outdoor Objects into Googly Eyed Faces
Toronto-based animator and artist Aiden Glynn transforms ordinary outdoor objects on the streets of his neighborhood, Liberty Village, into cartoon faces. Using googly eyes and cutouts for mustaches, teeth and tongues, Glynn gives traffic barriers, garbage cans, potted plants and
The street art project "Toon Bomb" by Canadian illustrator and street artist Aiden Glynn (Pizza and Pixels) who has fun to transform the urban landscape of
Ever heard of the saying; The walls have ears? Well now they seem to have eyes, googly-eyes to be precise. This funny photography series of outdoor objects was created by a Toronto artist Aiden Glenn, currently working for Pizza and Pixels, he took his love for character and design to the streets.
Artist Turns Outdoor Objects into Googly-Eyed Faces: Toon Bombing.