Whimsical Cartoon & Pop Culture Street Art by Alexey Menschikov

Whimsical Cartoon & Pop Culture Street Art by Alexey Menschikov

Alexey Menschikov is an artist and photographer from Russia. His street art style is simple and funny, incorporating elements like pipes, cracks in the sidewalk and also, a lot of drawing often inspired by cartoon and pop culture characters.

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

Spider Man on the street art

Check out this amazing little Spider-Man swinging from a spider-web string emanating from an actual crack in a wall. Street Art Utopia credits this awesome photo, taken near Frankfurt, Germany, to.


I want to watch Tom & Jerry cartoons whenever I see this Street Art. Very funny!


- STREET ART from Olsztyn, Poland, with a little bit of humor / By Adam Łokuciejewski and Szymon Czarnowski / Have a nice day!

The climb

TEXTURE: bricks seem to feel weathered and softened but still feel sturdy and strong climbing walls

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Top 16 des oeuvres de street-art à la craie de David Zinn, l’homme qui fait vivre la rue

David Zinn sidewalk chalk illustrations – kid-friendly street art – children’s art Small for Big

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"Pom Pom Girl" by Sandrine Estrade Boulet. Photo from Sandrine Estrade Boulet's website.