Potholes Turned into Works of Art

A group of enthusiast drivers from Scranton, Pennsylvania decided to turn these dull road flaws into true masterpieces of fun. The idea was liked by the users of the Internet, and it received international support.

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Mehdi Ghadyanloo’s Murals Improve the Architecture of Tehran

Iranian artist and designer Mehdi Ghadyanloo came up with a quite bold solution to decorate the buildings of Tehran, the capital of his homeland.

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Alfred Nobel Mural by Eduardo Kobra in Borås // Sweden


In it’s first year the No Limit street art event in Borås, Sweden is fully underway with one of the most iconic murals of the event completed by Eduardo Kobra, who memorialized Alfred Nobel in his piece. The Swedish chemistand innovator is perhaps the most influential person to come from Sweden so it was only fitting to honor him in this mural giant continuing on Kobra’s “Spray for Rights” theme since Alfred Nobel’s fortune was posthumously used to start the Nobel Prize, Which includes the Nobel Peace Prize.

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Hyperrealistic Street Art Portraits by MTO

The massive street paintings of French street artist MTO are very realistic. Especially those in which are portrayed people. His works can be seen in many European cities.

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Streetart by YZ – The Decorative Sex


Street Art and Wall Murals by YZ Yseult, “The Decorative Sex”.

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Incredibly Realistic Fake Facades by Patrick Commecy

French street artist Patrick Commecy, together with a group of muralists, turns dull and boring facades into something very vivid and attractive.

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Silhouetted Street Art by Daan Botlek

Street artist from the Netherlands Daan Botlek, spends most of his time in his hometown of Rotterdam. But, he also likes to travel and do some work in other places.

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Signs from the Near Future by Fernando Barbella

Designer Fernando Barbella imagined how will ads look like in the near future. Considering the speed of progress these signs are very realistic.

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Subtractive Street Art by Pejac

Spanish street artist, who calls himself Pejac, has no specific preference, therefore, draws not only on the streets but also on canvas. As he says, the main thing is to implement the idea.

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Street Murals Bloom in Tunisia

A mural by Belgian artist ROA decorates a wall in the surrounding area of the village of Erriadh, on the Tunisian island of Djerba, on August 6, 2014, as part of the artistic project “Djerbahood”. Artists from 34 diffrents nationalities were invited by France-based Tunisian artist Mehdi Ben Cheikh to take part in an initiative to turn Djerba’s Erriadh district into an “open sky museum”. (Photo by Joel Saget/AFP Photo)

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Os Gemeos transforming Industrial Silos at the Vancouver Biennale


Imagine a 360-degree, 70-foot (21 metre) tall outdoor mural that’s over 23,500 square feet (7,162 square metres) in size. And it’s not just any mural. This one is designed and created by OSGEMEOS, two uber-exciting Brazilian artists who happen to be identical twin brothers.

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New Street Pieces by Pejac in Paris // France


Pejac recently spent some time in Paris, France where he worked his way through a couple of new street pieces including the above piece which is entitled “Ants”. With his minimalist but clear style, he painted 2 silhouettes of kids being cruel with magnifying glass on what looks like colony of ants.

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20 Best New Street Art Reps in the world


First and foremost, we must mention the Jack of the trade, British street artist Banksy. He has been putting his intelligent and entertaining stencils all around the world, while retaining anonymity. No Ball Games was executed in London in 2009, but recently sold at a controversial auction, which the artist condemned.

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Streetart: Splatter Ink Cheetah Mural by Hua Tunan


With a unique combination of Western graffiti styles and traditional Chinese art, 23-year old Chen Yingjie, aka Hua Tunan, is making a name for himself as one of the leading forces in the realm of street art. “Splatter Ink Cheetah” is grand in scale and incredibly detailed, combining traditional Chinese ink methods and Western art graffiti by splattering ink, adding complexity and richness to the breathtaking image. The colors come to life, almost mimicking the wild and unpredictable nature of his subject.

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Small Wooden Figurines on the Streets by Joe Iuarato

Street artist Joe Iurato from New Jersey creates original small wooden human figurines that after coloring look like real human beings, only in miniature.

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