La Calma / David de la Mano

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La Calma (the Calm) mural in Florida, US by Spanish artist David de la Mano in collaboration with Pablo S. Herrero 

Technicolor Ooze / Jen Stark

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Technicolor Ooze, a new drippy mural in Culver City by artist Jen Stark.

Zoo Project / Paris

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Socket mural in Paris from the Zoo Project collective (previously feat. here).

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Future mural / Mehdi Ghadyanloo

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Mural in Tehran, Azadi street, by Iranian street artist Mehdi Ghadyanloo (prev. seen here).

Isterofimia / Borondo

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Works of Spanish street artist Borondo from his solo exhibition Isterofimia, Gallery 999 Contemporary Rome 2012.

Photos by Simone Coletta

Osaka / Dolk

Mural Osaka street artist DOLK

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Mural in Osaka, Japan by Norwegian street artist DOLK ( aka Dolk Lundgren)

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Daan Botlek

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Murals by Dutch illustrator Daan Botlek

Charter Oak


Rain activated mural on a brick wall of an abandoned synagogue, in Hartford, Connecticut, designed by sculptor Adam Nilewicz. The enormous design of the famous Charter Oak, a painting by Charles DeWolf Brownell, appears when the wall becomes wet from the rain -or a sprinkler system- and disappears once dry.

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