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Street Art by French Artist C215

By • Apr 5, 2012 •  Selected Work 

French artist Christian Guémy aka C215 has been an active street artist for over 20 years.

“My tools are stencils and spray, but I am not a vandal. My art is contextual. I strongly believe street art can physically change the city and the daily life of people living in.”

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Street Art by Alice Pasquini

By • Mar 14, 2012 •  Selected Work 

Rome-based artist Alice Pasquini define herself as a visual artist, who has traveled the world bringing her art to the streets of many countries.

“I create art about people and their relationships, I’m interested in representing human feelings and exploring different points of view.

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French Street Artist Iemza’s Surreal World

By • Jul 2, 2011 •  Selected Work 

French street artist Iemza paints surreal creatures in abandoned sites and French photographer Thierry Gaude takes photos of Iemza’s work.

They are both very skilled at what they do.

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Street Artist Vhils Large-Scale Portraits

By • Apr 28, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Portuguese artist, Alexandre Farto aka Vhils, takes street art to a whole new level with his deconstructed street portraits.

The artist creates striking multi-textural faces in decaying brick walls by meticulously chipping away at the wall’s weathered layers.

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Decorated Gas Tanks in Japan

By • Mar 16, 2011

Local gas companies in Japan occasionally add a touch of character to their giant spherical gas containers that dot the landscape.

Check out the photos below.

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Street Art by French Artist OakOak

By • Mar 8, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Saint-Etienne-based French artist OakOak loves to play with urban elements and create amazing ephemeral pieces of street art.

Check out OakOak’s blog for more photos of his work.

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Urban Art: Before I Die… In Nola by Candy Chang

By • Mar 4, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Candy Chang is a public installation artist, designer, urban planner, and co-founder of Civic Center who likes to make cities more comfortable for people.

The artist turned the side of an abandoned house in her neighborhood into “a giant chalkboard where residents can fill in the blank and remember what is important to them in life.”

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