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paint on grass? go huge

You gotta love the Swiss.  This biodegradable art mural is the largest painting on grass, ever.  The reclining shepherd smoking a pipe was created using nothing but water, flour, linseed oil and pigment — all natural products intended to fade and wash away as the grass grows and rain falls.  125 more words

agra-ffiti: street art goes rural

Silage bales are just gorgeous just on their own.  In Ireland, Artist Kev Largey converted a plastic covered pyramid of them by taking his street graffiti skills to the rural field, an art form we’re coining as “agra-ffiti”. 166 more words

AFRICA IS EVERYWHERE: Jean-Michel Basquiat

Jean-Michel Basquiat was an influential American artist who achieved fame in the late 1970s and early 1980s, credited with bringing graffiti to the fine art world of painting alongside… 457 more words

Renowned street artist destroys own work in protest over exhibition

An internationally-recognised Italian street artist has destroyed his own work in protest over a new exhibition ‘Street Art: Banksy & Co’ opening in Bologna on Friday (18 March). 328 more words

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St Patricks Officers Quarters

St Patricks Married Officers Quarters were built during the 1960’s, whilst the British were stationed in Malta. Originally it provided comfortable accommodation in the shape of houses, apartments and bungalows most with garaging and telephones. 70 more words

#60 Street Art

Today’s inspiration comes from Sunny District’s Post on Street Art in Stockholm

This picture was taken in Hosier Lane in Melbourne Australia. For other posts on Street Art please check out the following links on my NihongoJapango blog. 15 more words

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Passing

It’s been a while since I’ve posted a pic. Mainly because life gets busy, but perhaps it’s the weather. Indian summer, rainy sunny cloudy days. They confuse the natural human rhythms. 19 more words

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