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Reverse Graffiti

Instead of spray painting walls, reverse graffiti artists clean parts of walls to create “reverse graffiti” images. It is also know as clean tagging or dust tagging, as it is environmentally friendly, and requires no spray paint, ink and other chemicals – just like the traditional “Wash Me” on dirty cars. (more…)


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Vandalized vans by Kevin Cyr

“In a culture in which people are easily lured by the appeal of status-enhancing symbols, I find beauty in derelict cars…” Kevin Cyr says. In his oil on panels old, vandalized, rusty vehicles are elevated to subjects of real portraits, main characters of modern American history. (more…)


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Street Art by Nikita Nomerz

On the bank of the “Oka” river in the Nizhny Novgorod the project “Living walls” has been started in 2010 from the first street art object – “Big Brother”. Subsequently it was beginning of the new series of street works, which have a common idea of giving second life to old, an abandoned buildings. Feature of art works in the different parts of Russia is interacting with the environment which brings faces and different characters and emotions to the walls. Architectural elements, window and cracks on the object become part artworks. (more…)


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El Mac brings the streets to life 01

Graffiti artist El Mac brings the streets to life with his most amazing murals. From the urban scenes of the USA to Canada, Mexico, Italy, Germany, Amsterdam, Switzerland and recently in far-east places like Vietnam and Singapore, El Mac has made his mark and I’m sure people are happier for it. Like-minded artist Retna sometimes joins El Mac on his adventures. Have a look at some of his and their combined work after the jump. (more…)


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A historic church in Washington D.C. re-painted and transformed by Hense

A historic church located in Ward 6 in Washington D.C. underwent a massive transformation thanks to up and coming contemporary artist, Hense. The building now stands as a vibran, colorful art installation exhibiting Hense’s abstract style and street art edge. Seemingly every inch of the structure’s exterior is marked with a series of varying colors, shapes, splashes and geometric accents. The large scale of the piece captivates viewers who marvel over the lively and fun building that had otherwise been unnoticed for years. (more…)


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