Street Art

Urbanism and nature do not always get along well, but when they do, the collaboration may create something really special and unique. We’re talking about street artists who incorporate elements of nature into their graffiti, turning 2D paintings into amazing 3D installations.In these cases not every wall or pavement could be turned into street art: the artist has to search for the perfect spot, knowing that the elements of nature are not permanent, so the piece can’t remain for long. However, the struggle is worth it – these pieces really turn heads and amuse passersby more than most of other forms of street art.

Street Art 1

Image credits: Nuxuno Xän

Street Art 2

Image credits: Natalia Rak

Street Art 3

Image credits: Banksy

Street Art 4

Image credits: Công Thành

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Street Art 6

Image credits: Banksy

Street Art 7

Image credits: Pao Pao

Street Art 8

Image credits: Oak Oak

Street Art 9

Street Art 10

Image credits: Oak Oak

Street Art 11

Street Art 12

Image credits: hankdiggles

Street Art 13

Street Art 14

Image credits: David Zinn

Street Art 15

Image credits: WD street art

Street Art 16

Image credits: David Zinn

Street Art 17

Street Art 18

Image credits: Sandrine Boulet

Street Art 19

Image credits: Zoltron

Street Art 20

Image credits: Sandrine Boulet

Street Art 21

Image credits: David Zinn

Street Art 22

Street Art 23

Image credits: Aakash Nihalani

Street Art 24

Source: ljpoisk.ru

Street Art 25

Image credits: Julien Coquentin

Street Art 26

Image credits: Ernest Zacharevic

Street Art 27

Street Art 28

Image credits: Ernest Zacharevic

Street Art 29

Street Art 30

Image credits: EVOL

Street Art 31

Image credits: David Zinn

Street Art 32

Image credits: fauxreel
Street Art 1