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20 Times This Artist Made The Streets More Interesting With His Creative Street Art

Jamie Paul Scanlon, aka JPS, is a British artist based in Germany who is making the streets more interesting one art piece at a time. The artist has his own distinctive style which often features characters from well-known video games and TV shows in his works, and is a pro at incorporating various environmental elements into his works, such as railings and drain covers.

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Fan of Urban & Street Art? Here’s 12 Stunning Wall Mural Ideas From Eazywallz

Alternative, trendy, and edgy, Urban Street art is one of the most vibrant and exciting Wall Mural ideas for your bedroom, loft, or basement. It has some of the most amazing and innovative colour combinations you will ever see! For street art enthusiasts, these peel n’ stick wall murals will look like the real thing without permanently damaging your walls. Jam packed full of eclectic, interesting, shocking, and beautiful street art, every piece of wallpaper is practically blanketed in some of the most amazing street art in existence. Check out some of some of the torn posters, street graffiti, and stencil art to create an awesome look on your wall!

URBAN GRAFFITI BUILDING FACADE WALL MURAL

URBAN GRAFFITI BUILDING FACADE WALL MURAL

URBAN SIX WALL MURAL

URBAN SIX WALL MURAL

ABSTRACT GRAFFITI ART WALL MURAL

ABSTRACT GRAFFITI ART WALL MURAL

BLUE GRAFFITI WALL MURAL

BLUE GRAFFITI WALL MURAL

GRAFITTI SPRAYED ON A WALL WALL MURAL

GRAFITTI SPRAYED ON A WALL WALL MURAL

NO MORE GREY WALLS WALL MURAL

NO MORE GREY WALLS WALL MURAL

STENCIL REVOLUTION WALL MURAL

STENCIL REVOLUTION WALL MURAL

TORN BASEBALL POSTERS WALL MURAL

TORN BASEBALL POSTERS WALL MURAL

SOLDIER GRAFFITI ART WALL MURAL

SOLDIER GRAFFITI ART WALL MURAL

SAMURAI GRAFFITI ART WALL MURAL

SAMURAI GRAFFITI ART WALL MURAL

GRUNGE POSTER WALL MURAL

GRUNGE POSTER WALL MURAL

LONDON GRAFFITI ART WALL MURAL

LONDON GRAFFITI ART WALL MURAL

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40 Of The Best Coronavirus Related Pieces Of Street Art

Have you learned any new talents while being stuck in quarantine? How about some languages? Don’t worry if the answer is “no” – you still have plenty of time to do that as it looks like the quarantine won’t be lifted anytime soon. But while you and I are stuck at home learning Spanish on Duolingo, some artists are still out there creating amazing street art.

Graffiti artists all over the world are creating coronavirus related street art their art pieces are as accurate as they are funny. Check them out in the gallery below!

#1 Copenhagen, Denmark. Artist: Welinoo

Image source: welinoo

#2 Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Artist: Fake

Image source: iamfake

Fake says to have painted this “Super Nurse” as an ode to all healthcare professionals around the world.

#3 Los Angeles, USA. Artist: Teachr1

Image source: teachr1

#4 Barcelona, Spain. Artist: Tvboy

Image source: tvboy

#5 Barcelona, Spain. Artist: Tvboy

Image source: tvboy

“Divided We Stand, United We Fall.”

#6 Los Angeles, USA. Artist: Ponywave

Image source: ponywave

From the artist’s Instagram:
“We all are going through this together. There is a reason which we will see after all. It’s time to look at ourselves. Take a look at what are we doing with the planet and our lifetime. Maybe we should change our priorities? Maybe we should slow down? Maybe we should take a look around and start respect our planet and all those with whom we share it? Maybe someone is trying to hide some changes? Or economic collapse? Maybe one more step to a new world order?”

#7 Pompei, Italy. Artist: Nello Petrucci

Image source: nellopetrucciartist

#8 Berlin, Germany. Artist: EME Freethinker

Image source: Bobone2121

#9 Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Artist: Aira Ocrespo

Translation from Portuguese: “Bolsonaro’s mask against the Coronavirus.”

#10 Barcelona, Spain. Artist: Tvboy

Image source: tvboy

#11 Malmö, Sweden. Artist: Richard Juggins

Image source: Richard Juggins

#12 Los Angeles, USA. Artist: Rasmus Balstrøm

Image source: balstroem

Balstrøm who is originally from Denmark did this last mural before he had to flee the country.

#13 Los Angeles, USA. Artist: Corie Mattie

Image source: coriemattie

#14 Glasgow, UK. Artist: The Rebel Bear

Image source: the.rebel.bear

#15 Miami, USA. Artist: Sean “Hula” Yoro

Image source: the_hula

#16 London, UK. Artist: Pegaus

Image source: ojc9

#17 Jindbayne, Australia. Artist: N/A

Image source: EditedThisWay

#18 Bristol, UK. Artist: Angus

Image source: angusart85

#19 Bryne, Norway. Artist: Pøbel

Image source: pobel.no

“In these challenging times, I hope this piece can be a positive contribution and spread some joy. Be safe and take care of one another.”

#20 Mumbai, India. Artist: Tyler Street Art

Image source: tylerstreetart

“Keep calm”

#21 Bristol, UK. Artist: John D’oh

Image source: johndohart

#22 Melbourne, Australia. Artist: Lush Sux

Translation from Chinese – “Nothing to see, carry on.”

Image source: lushsux

#23 Tartu, Estonia. Artist: Princess Täna

Image source: princess_t2na

“Living in a bubble. Just to be more ironic, a soap bubble.”

#24 Warsaw, Poland

Image source: cdn.natemat.pl

Translates to: Not every hero wears a cape. Thank you! (Translation credit: Draco Malfoy)

#25 Glasgow, UK. Artist: The Rebel Bear

Image source: the.rebel.bear

#26 New York, USA. Artist: Crkshnk

Image source: crkshnk

#27 United Kingdom. Artist: Gnasher

Image source: gnashermurals

#28 Bristol, UK. Artist: John D’oh

Image source: johndohart

#29 New York, USA. Artist: Jason Naylor

Image source: jasonnaylor

#30 New York, USA. Artist: Jilly Ballistic

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#31 London, UK. Artist: N/A

Image source: Hookedblog

#32 Los Angeles, USA. Artist: Jeremy Novy

Image source: jeremynovy

#33 Dublin, Ireland. Artist: Subset Collective

Image source: subset

#34 New York, USA. Artist: Jilly Ballistic

Image source: jillyballistic

#35 Copenhagen. Denmark. Artist: Andreas Welin

Image source: Welinoo

“a-a-Achoooo!”

#36 Bristol, UK. Artist: Angusart85

Image source: angusart85

#37 London, UK. Artist: Lionel Stanhope

Image source: lionel_stanhope

#38Los Angeles, USA. Artist: Jules Muck

Image source: muckrock

#39 Los Angeles, USA. Artist: Ruben Rojas

Image source: rubenrojas

#40 Bristol, UK. Artist: Diff

Image source: diff_artist

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50 Hilarious Acts Of Vandalism (New Pics)

While art galleries are awesome venues to experience art, it’s way harder to be touched when you’re expecting it. Maybe that’s why some creatives decide to surprise viewers with their work in the places where you least expect it.

Here we bring you the second take on creatives invading public spaces, where they blur the line between art and vandalism, turning boring daily commutes into treasure hunts.

Have you been surprised by something like this in your hometown? Then share your finds in the comments!

(h/t: boredpanda)

#1 Whoever Did This Deserves A F***ing Beer

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#2 Ufo Kidnapping A Cow In Dresden

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#3 It’s A Tiny Forest

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#4 Subtle Yoyo Vandalism

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#5 Drop-In

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#6 Mini Kong

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#7 Alligator

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#8 You Are Offline

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#9 How To Cause Heart Attacks

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#10 Aren’t We All?

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#11 Do Not Remove This Seal

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#12 Sharpie Shark

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#13 No Bills

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#14 What A Great Life Hack

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#15 One Too Many

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#16 On/Off

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#17 If There’s Something Strange, In Your Neighborhood

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#18 Someone Wrote A Complaint About The Cement In The Cement

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#19 Awesome Street Art

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#20 Found This In The Bathroom At Work Today

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#21 Run Forest Run

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#22 Picking Berries

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#23 Creative Painting On Barrier Bars

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#24 Offer Him To The Gods

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#25 Urban Ice Cream In Osaka, Japan

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#26 Ta-Dah!

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#27 Hand Dryer Has A Point

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#28 Luke, I Am Your Father

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#29 Someone Put Little Gnomes In A Tree At My Local Park

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#30 Holding It Together

#31 Go Sonic Go!

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#32 People In Nottinghamshire Held A Birthday Party For A Two Year Old Pothole

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#33 The Scream

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#34 The Robber

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#35 Found This “Storm Drain” While Going On A Walk

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#36 Parking Bender

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#37 Creative Street Art

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#38 Bubbles Deserve A Little Appreciation

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#39 My Proudest Moment In Vandalism

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#40 Pipe

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#41 Looks Swollen

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#42 Culprit

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#43 So My High School Got Rid Of All The Mirrors In The Bathrooms

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#44 Spotted In Berlin

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#45 Good Cause

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#46 Scoooooby Dooooo Where Are You

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#47 Someone Drew The Drivers’ Legs In The Dirt On This Car

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#48 I Heard Someone Yelling In The Bathroom. I Think I May Have Found The Source

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#49 Someone Peeled The ‘S’ Off This Clothes Bank

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#50 Bill

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58 Pics Of 3D Street Art That Interacts With Its Surroundings, Created By Caiffa Cosimo

Street art has had a bad reputation, some people even think it’s a crime, but there are some amazing artists out there who transform empty walls and spaces into works of art. That’s exactly what Milano-based street Artist Cosimo Cheone Caiffa does, but with a twist. He creates amazing 3D interactive pieces that look stunning.

The artist makes boring spaces pop out with his 3D technique. If you take a picture with the street art at the right angle, you can even become part of the piece. “The idea was born from the desire to get out of the box, and in all my designs I try to send messages of unease, the joy of life and what surrounds me,” said the artist to Bored Panda. Enjoy Cosimo’s amazing work!

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