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Street artist My Dog Sighs decorates discarded tins with hyper-realistic portraits of furry critters.
Alberonero's work is like a giant, tonal Rubik's Cube.
A street artist has painted a bright array of skulls and polka dots on the façade of an abandoned French château.
No Oscar the Grouch to be found in these New York City bins – just massive bunches of pretty blooms.
An anonymous group of street artists in Sweden are building tiny hangouts for mice.
Meet Javier de Riba, a fellow painting tile patterns on abandoned floors around Barcelona.
Here’s a little something for fans of beards, fans of flowers, and fans of finding random things in the street.
Christo Guelov has turned Madrid’s zebra crossings into a treat for local folks’ eyeballs, filling in grey gaps with colourful shapes and stripes.
This French street artist paints rather lovely (and super-realistic) frescos on old buildings around the world.
The streets of Paris just got a whole lot tastier.
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