Children dish up street art  A man looks out from a balcony amid satellite dishes that have been given an artistic makeover in Amsterdam.         The project “pimp” the dishes was the initiative of a Dutch artist working with pupils in an area known as “satellite city”, inhabited predominantly by first and second-generation immigrants.     The hooks on the roof are used to move furniture in and out of upstairs flats, using a rope and pulley, in traditional buildings with narrow staircases.

Satellite dish art Might have pinned it before Another township possible project

Clever Art Inside Tree Holes

Clever Art Inside Tree Holes

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A bunch of balloons. A

As an architectural pop art tribute to Monet, Canada-based architects and designers at Claude Cormier + Associés Inc. used plastic balls to adorn Le Havre City Hall's landscape as part of its Contemporary Art Biennale. The installation, titled Pergola

Estilingue

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Marvelous Street Art Murals By Stefan Bacigal

Advertising In Arabic Way

Giant On/Off Switch Mural. Spanish street artist escif recently painted this giant on/off switch on the side of a building in Poland for the Katowice Street Art Festival.

Power poles. Iceland. So cool.

Travel: Iceland - Land Of Giants, awesome human-like and reindeer-like electric poles!This cool company flawlessly transformed regular and boring electrical pylons into creative parts of the Icelandic landscape." ExPress-O

Sculpture of a big blue bear peeking through the windows of the Denver Convention Center.    I See What You Mean, 2005, Lawrence Argent, Composite materials

"I See What You Mean" by Lawrence Argent ~ the Big Blue Bear sculpture peeking in the windows of the Colorado Convention Center in Denver

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