Ah, thank you so much! I didn’t know who this was from, but I’ll definitely check him out. I love this mural, out of all the street art in Lisbon it’s my favorite 🙂
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Taken on the river walk in Barcelona in May 2008, images shrunk by 25%, other than that they are unedited. >Full gallery of 80 images here; >>http://imgur.com/a/3DqaV
I’d love to see some highlights… and a gif of the scene from Love Actually during which they talk about Eusebio.
A piece from [Kraser](http://www.ikraser.com/) for [DESIGNWARS.](http://www.designwars.com/graffiti_streetart/fuego-azul-griega-kraser-athens-mural-designwars/)
[This has already been defaced](https://fbcdn-sphotos-c-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-xaf1/v/t1.0-9/10698580_10152465242536818_8551790121930846528_n.jpg?oh=8628e22f4a6fcb5bf3040a9b13ad2067&oe=54ED76AD&__gda__=1420623897_eb0fdbac01a04b636d65e15743a61945)
Have additional pictures in my album here: http://imgur.com/a/1E5B4#0 There’s a bigger overview of it here as well: http://ohgodmywifeisgerman.com/2013/02/04/
Thought this was a piece of Mickey Mouse’s pants from the thumbnail.
the bottom that tree makes it look like it has its pants down.
This is so cool, because it means Zoidberg and Farnsworth have become more than just Futurama characters, they’ve become part of the collective imaginary just like the Simpsons
Any chance OP has the original? I know it was photographed in low light thus the graininess, but it would be nice to see without all the bad post processing.
I love this piece! I saw it when I first moved to london in september! There’s cool art all over that are so if anyone gets the chance they should definitely go check it out.
I get where you’re coming from. I had looked at this similarly to how I look at soundscape composition. Soundscape composition (in my experience) involves people recording ambient noise, like the wind through trees, birds chirping, dust and wind blowing against a window, and
This was at the Gillman Barracks, and yes it was commissioned I think. But definitely, there are a lot more avenues in Singapore for street art. Many more spotted in the tanjong pagar area. A telling sign is that after all the government controversy
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To what little info there is about this piece, it seems it is in honor of a balance artist called Eskil Rønningsbakken, wiki link [HERE](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eskil_Rønningsbakken)
It’s a reference to the TV Series “Hannibal”. Where one of the main characters has visions of an Elk/Stag. One of his phrases is “This is my design.”
This is on the Eastside Trail of the Beltline. Underneath the bridge closest to Monroe Drive. You know, just in case anyone wants to go see it. There’s actually lots of great art along the whole trail.
Well I couldn’t specify each one that isn’t an artist so I just generalised!
[Here’s a larger image](http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-vreUjPol9v4/VANkxRVL0_I/AAAAAAAAKIs/Ubb-fyW8XAc/s1600/10518592_721601911246279_7356013249959416878_o.jpg) That splatter doesn’t look like a stencil at all and I can’t see any sign of wheatpasting. (maybe I’m just secretly hoping that he took his time to paint the details.)
hey I am going to Montreal to study in september and would be interested in seeing this for myself, c ould you tell me the street it’s on and maybe other good graffiti spots of the city