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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.
Walls Notebook: Legal Graffiti in Sketchbook Format
Want the satisfaction of creating street art without the threat of incarceration? The Walls Notebook is a fun way to get the best of both worlds.
Graffiti Umbrella for Drawing on Walls & Sidewalks
You could take a rainy day and make it warm and fun with this playful umbrella design. It uses rainwater to create temporary sidewalk graffiti.
Culture Jamming: New Subversive Signs of Our Times
Some homegrown artists and culture jammers decided to mix up the morning commute by adding some spice to an otherwise dull landscape.
Mind Your Step: Dizzying 3D Street Art Mural
Pedestrians seem to hover over a terrifying geometric sinkhole as they walk across the street art exhibit 'Mind Your Step' in Stockholm, by Erik Johansson.
Sidewalk Disco: Wayfinding Lights to Dance Down Streets
Will dancing lights one day help us find our way in a crowded urban center? Research suggests this low-cost crowd control technique could be very effective.
Colorful Calls to Action: Decorated Pothole Projects
Two gorgeous green graffiti projects are calling attention to the world-wide problem of potholes in city streets...and they're doing it with humor + beauty.
Confetti + Walls + Tape = Sticky Spray-Paint Alternative
What is infinitely more fun than spray-painting a wall? Throwing confetti, of course! This fun art exhibit lets spectators participate in the graffiti creation.
Before I Die: Lively Interactive Street Art Stencil
This incredibly moving interactive public art installation in New Orleans asked people to share what they most wanted to accomplish in their lifetimes.
Art in the Shadows: Documenting Temporary Urban Sights
Shadows are the most fleeting parts of the urban landscape, but some artists use various methods to make the shadows last just a little longer.
Wild Creatures in Urban Mexico: New Street Art by ROA
10-foot-tall wild animals spring to life in the streets of Mexico from the spray paint can of Belgian artist ROA, champion of the underdogs of nature.