Mass Graffiti Time Lapse

A warehouse on the demolition list in Brisbane gets its blaze of glory before it goes down, in the video titled Limitless. Filmmaker Selina Miles worked with street artists Sofles, Fintan Magee, Treas and Quench, who were given an unlimited amount of Ironlak paint and asked to unleash their talents on the warehouse. Via Core77

Creative Street Art is Itself Only at Night

Street artist ABOVE created this piece of street art, after spending nearly seven months around London trying to find the right spot. In the day it looks fairly simple, but at night as the shadow of a street sign falls on the wall, it becomes the figure of a breakdancer balanced precariously on the shadow.

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Wall Walkers of Norway

Norwegian street artist Anders Gjennestad aka Strøk painted this mural of people walking on the walls in Porsgrunn. The artist made use of layered stencils to get the illusion up and running.

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Street Art Interacts With the Street

Taking street art an interactive route, artist Levalet paints them in a way that they do seem to be a part of the street. Most of the wheat paste paintings/illustrations are arranged in a way and present scenes that would be similar to what may be seen in the city itself, or at least not be far removed from reality.

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Interactive Street Art of Ernest Zacharevic

Painter and street artist Ernest Zacharevic managed to tell a lot of tales with just one piece of art he drew on a wall in Malaysia. The wall art shows two children, who when mixed with a real “bicycle” prop can provide quite a few interesting settings as interactive art. Going a step forward, the artist invited people to interact with his work, and send photographs for the artist to display.

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