Archived Articles: Street Art & Graffiti | Page 5
From 3D graffiti to light art, these works reflect the cutting edge of contemporary urban street art and design. These graffiti and street artists employee the latest techniques, creative materials, and unusual strategies to challenge the conventional stencil-and-spray-paint approach that most people think of when it comes to public drawing and wall graffiti the world over.
Creative Fuel: 12 Appealingly Painted Oil Storage Tanks
Most oil storage tank farms are big, bland and boring, classic examples of form following function with the occasional company logo affixed to break up the ...
Season’s Graffitis! 16 Santalicious Christmas Murals
Thanksgiving just concluded, and everyone's eyes are already looking forward to the Christmas season. These holiday murals are a Christmas tease.
Urban Landscapes Transformed: 23 Stunning Urban Murals
Exceptionally talented street artists to create murals so awesome, they could easily hang in a gallery, but so large that they hang on it, instead.
Grill Gas Flash: 15 Prettily Painted Propane Tanks
Propane tanks have found a place in urban, suburban and rural settings with some owners choosing to beautify them so they'll fit in even better.
Flame On! 19 Fire Hydrants You’ll Want To Use
Fire hydrants are considered, at most, a sidewalk hog. Urban artists have decided to give this urban landmark a confidence boost by painting them decoratively.
Miniature City Scenes: 21 of Slinkachu’s Tiny Art Installations
Slinkachu is a UK-based artist who creates tiny scenes on city streets. He photographs each scene and then leaves it to be discovered.
Gray Ghost: Banksy’s Arch-Nemesis or Anti-Street Artist?
The Gray Ghost haunts New Orleans with a vengeance, adding his own Dada-esque anti-art to walls everywhere, graying out graffiti with his own incidentally ...
Photography in a Can: 37 Works of Hyper-Realistic Street Art
Working with little more than cans of spray paint, 8 talented street artists produce large-scale works of urban art that are so realistic, they look like ...
Perspective-Shifting Geometric Street Art by Aakash Nihalani
Street artist Aakash Nihalani takes his perspective-skewing, geometric tape art installations to East Hampton for a residency at the Willem de Kooning estate.
Cement Bleak: Haunting Shadow Faces on the Sidewalk
Ghostly shadow faces appear on the sidewalks, cast through hand-shaped metal colanders by the street lights, in an installation by Isaac Cordal.