Archive: March, 2011

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ICE ICE BABY!

Some people are just cold! These human silhouettes were made by Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo. He made thousands of them and let them  slowly melt away, in Florence, Italy. I wish i saw them when i was there, I love Florence<3

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Just For Fun

I’m not sure where this is from, but if it makes me smile, it is post worthy.

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Swept Under The Rug

BANKSY. Banksy is a well-known unknown Street Artist in London. He’s amazing. His artwork opened me up to street art. I’ll try not to go too Banksy on ya, but  it’s hard not too!

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Grrr…

Grrrrr…okay he’s not that scary but he is super cute. I love when artist make inanimate objects with emotions. By French Artist OaKoak!

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Ouchie!

Another piece by OaKoAk, a french artist. He’s the best example of an artist who is making the ordinary extraordinary! How could you not smile at this? Wish i saw it live!

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Masked

This Photo is from a carnival. Going to carnivals is the best way to see medieval costume and dress. However, I personally am generally freaked out by masked characters.

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I WANT MY MUMMY!

These are probably my favorite examples of street art. This particular piece was done by Tracy Lee Stum. Created with paint and chalk, this type of dimensional work is best viewed at one particular angle. Want more on Tracy Lee Stum?! http://www.tracyleestum.com/about/about-tracy

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Pipe Dream!

This is classic graphic art. It looks like it is straight out of super nintendo. This brings me great joy.

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Impaled!

This piece is by French artist OaKoAk. Alot of his pieces are very humorous. His pieces usually  surround found objects on the street!  

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TAKE OVER!

I dont know where this is, but this is awesome. every building deserves this kind of attention at least once in their life time.

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bunny!

  Sewer Bunnies<3 super cute. Does anyone know who made this? and where it is?

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hello world :)

This shark breaking through the pavement was done in Hong Kong by Edgar Muller, a German Street artists. He’s amazing. If you want to check out more of his work check out his site http://www.metanamorph.com/