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  • ?We all worship the same god in different language.?

    In Pushkar, India. 



  • Myneandyours in Sharjah

    Myneandyours shares with us his largest piece to date on an 8-story building in Sharjah, UAE. 

    Our four year old daughter is currently obsessed with Rainbows - so this one is for her and we know it will make her smile.

     

    More from Myneandyours here.

     



  • The Rainbow Road

    “Some colours for all the travellers: for joy and hope, for love and unity. More than a thousand tiles, all different but all the same“.

    Mademoiselle Maurice is an established street artist who works mainly with origami and tiles, creating colourful spaces of abstractions in cities all around the world.

    Her new mural, titled Rainbow Road covers platform 1 of the rail station in Maryland, London. It is composed with more than a thousand tiles, all hand painted with a rainbow colour palette.

    The motif for the mural was inspired by Beckett’s play “Waiting for Godot”, where two people wait endlessly in a station for someone who never arrives. The piece questions the importance – or unimportance – of time. Is time spent waiting meaningless?

    With Rainbow Road Maurice wants to look at the tiles composing the mural as train passengers and dedicate her wall to them.

     

    More from Mademoiselle Maurice here



  • The Last Hurrah

    Seen on Spring and Bowery.

     

     

     

     

     



  • ChemiS in Malta

    More from ChemiS here.

     



  • Good versus evil

    Stockholm-born Herr Nilsson comments on good versus evil. He represents innocent characters to teach us that the bad can always come from the unexpected.



  • One Man?s Trash Is Another Man?s Treasure

    Lisbon-born artist, Bordalo II, breathes new life into waste material found in abandoned factories and trashlands.  An oath to eco-awareness - he depicts nature out of the materials that are responsible for its destruction.

     

    More from Bordalo II here and here



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