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Brutalist Supergraphic

ECE Architecture has collaborated with Creative Forager to produce a 1,000 m2 typographic, supergraphic mural on a brutalist car park in Worthing, UK. The reimagined building has been spray-painted in bright colours and candy stripes inspired by the seafront iconography such as deckchairs, inflatables and ice-creams. On closer inspection, it spells…

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Eyebombing: the art of bring to life broken objects

Eyebombing, the street art equivalent of drawing a funny mustache on Mona Lisa. So ubiquitous it’s impossible to credit anyone for inventing it, and yet for some reason it never quite stops being hilarious. Vanyu Krastev of Eyebombing Bulgaria helps keep it alive. Photography by Eyebombing [via]…

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People Skewered with Geometric Shapes

A number of new works today from artist Aakash Nihalani who has been skewering subjects in Brooklyn with his geometric figures made from neon tape as part of a new body of work called Landline. You can follow the artist’s newest work on his blog Eye Scream Sunday.   Don’t forget to follow Feeldesain on Twitter + Facebook  + Pinterest to get…

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Hyperbolic Colorful Organic Blob

Artist Crystal Wagner just unveiled her latest site-specific installation titled “Hyperbolic” in Lodz, Poland, a piece that creates an unusual juxtaposition of an unwieldy organic growth against the backdrop of a 100-year-old art nouveau facade. Wagner is known for her large-scale mixed-media installations using a variety of materials like braided…

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Street Artist Paints Over Ugly Graffiti to Make it Legible

Artist Mathieu Tremblin recently took to the streets of France on a rather quixotic mission to improve the legibility of ugly graffiti. Mimicking the scale, color, and layering of each tag, Tremblin created his own replica in a perfectly crisp font. It’s hard to say if either version is more aesthetically pleasing,…

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symmetrical illustrations | Rudik Valdès

Rudik Valdès works in the field of advertising, he is coming from Spain and works as a graphic design. His skills in the world of web design are great but he also enjoys drawing creative illustrations for his personal leisure. For example, through this collection of animals portraits, the artist wanted to show…

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Sydney Signs | Michael Pederson

If you’ve visited Sydney recently, maybe you’ve come across Michael Pederson‘s artworks. He puts signs and installations around the city, often filled with irony and funny comments which you can’t help but laugh about. See a few of his pieces below – more on his site.   Images: Michael Pederson…

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Pothole Installations | Jim Bachor

Jim Bachor‘s passion involves turning potholes into real street art. His inspiration came while working on an archeological dig in Pompeii, Italy, where he noticed the importance of mosaics of everyday life in the ancient world. He’s chosen to leave his own mark on the world, specifically on the streets of…

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Street Art Reunion Island

Now, let us whisk you away to the exotic destination of Réunion Island, where street artists including GorG One, Jace, Meo, and Seth Globepainter have worked their artistic magic on seven of the walls of the La Rose des Vents area. The artists have each made sure there’s an obvious…

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Bright Murals in London | Stinkfish

Have you ever heard of Colombian street art whizz Stinkfish? If not, let us introduce you. The South American artist started his career in Bogotà, before taking his art around the world in recent years. He works primarily from photographs, transforming images taken around the world into colourful, almost psychedelic…