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OakOak is Off the Wall. Literally

  Posted by Deb Borys , 16 April 2014 · 10 views

OakOak  has a very strange yet whimsical mind.  Love these. via Street Art That Plays With Its Surroundings «TwistedSifter. See more of OakOak’s  stuff at http://oakoak.canalblog.com/  

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Painted Black Featured on Commas and Quotations

  Posted by Deb Borys , 13 March 2014 · 36 views

Thank you to Commas and Quotations for posting the first two chapters of Painted Black on their website yesterday.  This is the second time they have called attention to the Street Stories series since they did the same for Bend Me, Shape Me also recently. Now Jo understood. Despite Keisha’s often hectic schedule, she found […]

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Beautiful Images, Haunting Statements

  Posted by Deb Borys , 20 February 2014 · 37 views

 Found the website below thanks to @globalstreetart STMTS (Stamatis) is based in Athens.  He is currently studying at Athens School Of Fine Arts. Contact : stmtsart@gmail.com http://www.stmtsart.com/  

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Tankpetrol

  Posted by Deb Borys , 18 February 2014 · 32 views

Originally posted on kylaborg:
One of my favourite street artists is Tankpetrol. Like many street artists, there isn’t too much information available online about Irek Tankpetrol. The biographical information that is available mostly repeats the same information; he is Polish and now lives in Manchester. I first saw his work on a trip to Manchester…

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Etam Cru's Best Building-Sized Murals of 2013

  Posted by Deb Borys , 07 January 2014 · 33 views

Reblogged from TwistedSifter: Sainer and Bezt are two incredible street artists from Lodz, Poland. Together the duo are known as ETAM CRU and their building-sized murals are well-known in the street art community. Their artwork takes them around the world and they are kind enough to share their stuff online on their personal website as […]

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Global Street Art • Sydney Australia

  Posted by Deb Borys , 13 December 2013 · 72 views

This was the old tram shed in Sydney, which is no longer accessible. It was a very colourful place! Tens of thousands more photos at http://www.globalstreetart.com. via Global Street Art • 

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Graffiti Art as Self-Expression

  Posted by Deb Borys , 06 December 2013 · 89 views

Reblogged from Art in Realism: Here we are in the 21st century and a large part of our population, especially the younger generation, has not been exposed to any form of art. It has been dropped from most public schools along with music for reasons that I still don't understand. People in general however, do […]

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BOMB-tastic!

  Posted by Deb Borys , 23 November 2013 · 66 views

This is exhausting just to watch–imagine how it must have been to do.

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She resembles someone I like, especially her lips. Art by David Walker.

  Posted by Deb Borys , 21 November 2013 · 76 views

Reblogged from Prerak Trivedi's WP.com Blog: Artist : David Walker. Beautiful. The bricks in the background give a texture that is its own artistic element. An example of how the best graffiti works.

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