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Electrical boxes look so much better with ceramic tiles painted on them

Electrical boxes look so much better with ceramic tiles painted on them

Ceramic Tile Illusion Painted on a Electrical Box in Lisbon by illustrator and street artist Diogo Machado (aka Add Fuel)

Artist Diogo Machado aka Add Fuel, turned an utility box in Lisbon, Portugal into a ceramic tile illusion.

"Suite"

jewel-like installations by Kristen Hassenfeld / Paper with Mixed Media, 2004

Portuguese Tile Pattern Street Art

Portuguese Artist Creates Street Art Inspired by Traditional Portuguese Tilework

Zilda Street Art Paste Up

Paste-up. Acrylic & Oils on paper NAPLES, Piazza Bellini Žilda a Napoli

Graffiti sanatçısı Blu'nun İspanya'daki işlerinden biri, vejetaryenliğe davet niteliği taşıyor.

Street artist Blu recently painted this mural of anthropomorphic fruits & veggies cheerfully jumping into a juicer of doom for the DesordesCreativas festival in Ordes, Spain.

La nature reprend toujours ses droits ! La preuve en 25 photos. - Page 11

Ces 25 photos vont vous prouver que la nature reprend TOUJOURS ses droits. Toujours...

Patterned Tree roots (The roots of chestnut trees in the Wong Nai Chung Road Crescent Garden in Hong Kong) by Wei-Feng Xue - Society of Biology's Photographer of the Year 2011

by the silent line | pierre folk | documenting the abandoned chemin de fer de petite ceinture in paris

By the Silent Line: Photographer Pierre Folk Spent Years Documenting a Vanishing Parisian Railway (Chemin de fer de Petite Ceinture).

ADD FUEL & SAMINA mural in  Portugal, detail

ADD FUEL's ceramic and stencil street works and murals, plus gallery and collector pieces.

Crazy Awesome Paintings

The years with GALERIA URBAN FORMS - In Lodz, Poland Vidar 10 days ago 6 Art fly graffiti hotel lodz poland street travel urban Collection Photos Video PreviousNext 1 Galeria Urban Art Forms in Lodz, Poland. By Aryz 1 By Aryz.

I Create Ceramic Tile Illusions On Electrical Boxes And Buildings To Remind People Of Portuguese History

As part of the Trampolins Gerador project organized by Mistaker Maker @ Largo de São Paulo in Lisbon, Portuguese street artist Diogo Machado (aka Add Fuel) created a stunning ceramic tile illusion on a boring electrical, using stencils and spray paint

Juliana Santacruz Herrera fills the gaps and potholes of Paris with bright and colorful strands of yarn.

Yarn meets potholes: a different kind of street art

i wish i could see this in person. and create my own version in the cracks of my backyard cement. such beauty. * insta: outofthekit -Street Art in the cracks of Paris by Juliana Santacruz Herrera. Knitting potholes with a touch of color!

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