• Melting Ice Cream Truck by the Glue Society
  • melting street art
  • Design conditioner, by Borodox.
  • Claes Oldenburg
  • Claes Oldenburg's latest sculpture,
  • paradis express: Claes Oldenburg
  • Artist Alicia Martin's tornado of books shoot out a window like a burst of water from a giant hose. The Spain-based artist's sculptural installation at Casa de America, Madrid depicts a cavalcade of books streaming out of the side of a building. Known as Biografias, or Biographies, features approximately 5,000 books sprawled atop one another. By constructing the curving towers with a free and disheveled exterior, the books' loose pages are free to blow and rustle in the wind.
  • *Azevedo's Ice Sculptures of Melting Men
  • Dispatchwork is a fun movement initiated a few years ago by Jan Vormann, a 27-year old German artist who started patching old walls with Lego bricks
  • Lego street art
  • STREET ART
  • street art
  • curb?
  • Why should city infrastructure be boring? Why not add a bit of paint and give life some spice. Life should be fun!
  • Street Art
  • Beautiful Street art
  • Amazing Street Art - Shark - by Unknown artist
  • Portuguese Street Artist Creates Stunning 3D Graffiti That Seems To Float In The Air
  • Sabotaje al Montaje - Puente Serrador - New piece in Cruz de Tenerife - May 2014 #streetart #color
  • PichiAvo paints new Pieces on Shipping Containers in Werchter, Belgium...
  • Street Art
  • street art
  • 3D street art using chalk
  • STREET ART UTOPIA » We declare the world as our canvasstreet_art_40_jr » STREET ART UTOPIA
  • subway floor art...I would feel compelled to walk in the footsteps. This is in a Korean subway and is an ad for HEAD's barefoot range of sports shoes—'they feel like you're walking in bare feet'.
  • 3D Art in subway
  • This is a painted picture on the ground, un trompe l'oeil in french, incredible ! (autor Edgar Muller)
  • 3D Street Art |AmazingStreetArt|
  • Bored Panda
  • Le collectif de jeunes artistes japonais baptisé « Kingyobu » est à l’origine de cette transformation d’une cabine téléphonique en aquarium géant. Pour les personnes nées après 1995, les cabines téléphoniques étaient ce genre de boîtes de verre où l’on pouvait téléphoner grâce à quelques pièces. Mobilier urbain totalement abandonné, le collectif a décidé de lui donner une nouvelle fonction et une seconde vie.
  • Drain by Дмитрий Куляев (Dmitry Kulyayev) 2013-05-12 (@Behance 8642603)