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World street art tour. Cont’d. — Equinoxio

Paris, métro Nationale. 13th arrondissement. 2019. Many buildings have been painted over. A unique display of immense street art. A great initiative from City Hall. Just noticed the artist’s name. Inti is a Chilean artist born in Valparaiso whose work … Continue reading

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Tiny Street Murals by ‘Jaune’ Unveil a World of Miniature City Workers

Belgian stencil artist Jonathan Pauwels, or “Jaune,” creates urban interventions in his hometown of Brussels, Belgium, stenciling tiny sanitation workers on pipes, door frames, and brick walls. His small-scale installations give a peek into the world of the miniature workers, one … Continue reading

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Signs of Life (a short film)

“Signs of Life” captures light, beauty, clarity and life found in the darkness of the COVID-19 quarantine days. This film was captured and created in 4 days (including the music) for a competition. Created by Kelly Campelia (a.k.a. FIRELADY) Music … Continue reading

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Gripping a Plastic Bag, A Massive Fox by Artist Florentijn Hofman Towers Over Rotterdam

Residents of Rotterdam’s Bospolder-Tussendijken frequently spot bushy-tailed foxes roaming their streets at night, but now, Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman has given the carnivorous animal a permanent home in the area. He recently installed a massive “Bospolder Fox” that peers over a … Continue reading

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Tom Bob Art | Murals street art, Street art, Street art graffiti

Jul 28, 2017 – Using street “furniture” like poles or electrical terminals, Tom creates colorful and whimsical pieces that interact with their surroundings. Source: Tom Bob Art | Murals street art, Street art, Street art graffiti

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This Is What Minneapolis Looks Like After the George Floyd Uprising

If you’ve only seen the burned police precinct, this is what you’re missing. More: This Is What Minneapolis Looks Like After the George Floyd Uprising

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Powerful Photos of Peaceful Protests Happening Across the U.S.

By Sara Barnes on June 1, 2020   George Floyd – Philadelphia Protest Today from pics On May 25, Minneapolis police officers arrested George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, on the suspicion that he bought cigarettes with a fake $20 … Continue reading

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Artists Pay Tribute to the Death of George Floyd Through Illustrations | My Modern Met

View this post on Instagram Justice for George Floyd! Yesterday at 8pm in Powderhorn neighborhood in front of Cup Foods grocery store George Floyd was murdered by Minneapolis Police. The officer in the video is seen with his knee on … Continue reading

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A 20,000-Square-Foot Tribute to Healthcare Workers Emerges at Queens Museum

In the Queens Museum parking lot, Cuban-American artist Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada (previously) has painted a 20,000-square-foot mural as both an act of gratitude to Latinx healthcare workers, who have risked their own safety to care for others, and a nationwide call to … Continue reading

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Home MuralFest: 67 Artists Simultaneously Painted Murals in Their Homes and Gardens While Quarantined

Similar to other muralists, Copenhagen-based artist Jacoba Niepoort was preparing for a busy period full of travel and public projects when COVID-19 canceled all of her plans. “I had been dreaming of methods for connecting individual, like-minded creatives who share common … Continue reading

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