Street Art Installations Featuring Little Wooden Cutouts
New Jersey-based artist Joe Lurato creates tiny wooden figures and set them loose in public places. Lurato frequently leaves the artworks to be discovered by the community, where depending on their location, they may only last a few days or even hours.
Beautiful Sand Paintings On The Streets of New York
Using bags of colored sand artist Joe Mangrum has been painting the streets of New York since 2006. The lifespan of these paintings is not very long because they tend to disappear by wind and other weather conditions. Artist spends up to 8 hours on…
Japanese Manhole Cover Art
Just about anywhere in Japan you can find amazing artworks on manhole covers, each more beautiful and intricate than the next. Photographer S. Morita has been photographing these artistic manhole covers for the past several years. As to why this phenomenon developed, signs point to…
Creative Street Arts By OakOak
French artist hiding behind the name OakOak from Saint-Etienne has come up with site-specific, fun and imaginative street arts. Where others see simple cracks in the wall or shadow on the ground, OakOak envisions something different together.