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Social Graffiti, I love it! Banksy, England based graffiti artist: "Keep your coins, I want Change" has seriously been my desktop pic forever.I want change.

This picture really reminds me of Medusa; I appreciate the art work. And though I would have this in my home, I wouldn't directly have any connection to the mythological figure but to suggest the gorgon's abilities or to connote malevolence "a Woman's Wrath"; despite Medusa's origins as a beauty.

This picture really reminds me of Medusa; I appreciate the art work. And though I would have this in my home, I wouldn't directly have any connection to the mythological figure but to suggest the gorgon's abilities or to connote malevolence "a Woman's Wra

Hush Graffiti https://www.facebook.com/pages/ARTE-Maestre/186806941462121

by Hush - Project 'Today's Geisha'. *Japanese artist Hush mixes techniques of collage, graffiti, stencil, painting and drawing to create his geisha inspired works.

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UK Street Artist HUSH UK based artist Hush draws influence from graphic novels, animation and the evanescent quality of street art. Hush’s mix of crazy anime inspired characters and pop-infused.

layered graffiti/wheat paste nude

'Lost x Belgium primed linen, gallery box mounted with painted sides, Acrylic Paint, Montana Gold Spray Paint, Screen Inks & Silk Screen Print

(Original source unknown, but photo was collected by Katwise (katwise.com) Please comment if you know the source.)

Kelburn Castle, Scotland, close to a wonderfully-named Fairie village (Fairlie, actually), painted by Brazillian street artists from Sao Paolo Nina and Nunca Os Gemeos (completed in June

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See amazing street art, graffiti art, wall murals & great urban art from street artists all over the world including Escif, ROA, Banksy & Obey

STREET ART UTOPIA » We declare the world as our canvas14 Most loved Street Art Photos – February 2011 » STREET ART UTOPIA

T-Mobile ad defaced in the name of Street Art Brilliant. “ Street art from Eyesaw using a bus stop ad-shell to feature a cheeky Peter Pan-esque cut out fishing for a T-Mobile advert.

I Feel All Wrong, I Don’t Understand, 2012 || Raven Girl by Audrey Niffenegger

I Feel All Wrong, I Don’t Understand from Raven Girl by Audrey Niffenegger

If You See Someone Wearing A Gas Mask...  You Know Something Bad Is Going On.. But You Also Have Hope And Know... That They Are Going To Be Ok. ~ Bansky

Item specifics Original/Reproduction: Artwork Reproduction Style: Outsider Art Listed By: Dealer or Reseller Subject: Figures & Portraits Signed: Unsigned F

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