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Wild Animal Murals

Belgian artist ROA has travelled the world putting up these murals of wild animals. The artist has done this to highlight the increasing damage we as humans have caused on this planet.

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Found on: Visual News

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“I am, Because We Are” New Madiba Tribute Mural in Jozi

Freddy Sam was recently invited to paint a 40 Meter tall Nelson Mandela mural in the east city of Johannesburg commissioned by the Maboneng precinct as a gift to the city in memory of this giant of a man. The mural is inspired by Madiba’s definition of ‘Ubuntu’ which is: ‘You cannot be human all by yourself’.

Found on: Street Art News

Possibly the Largest Mural in the World

Directed by members of the French company CitéCréation , the largest mural in the world is located in Berlin and covers 22,000 m2 of a building of three buildings. A mammoth project in agreement with the inhabitants, who also postulates to the Guiness Book of World Records.

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New Murals by DALeast

New Murals by DALeast Seem to Explode with Energy street art murals

It’s impossible to mistake any piece by Chinese muralist DALeast(previously) as belonging to any other artist. His signature style involves a delicate interplay of unraveling ribbon-like lines that form his animalistic and human forms. The tigers, birds, deer and people he depicts are already bursting with motion, but the added line work seems to create an elevated sense of energy, as if the figure itself is about to explode

New Murals by DALeast Seem to Explode with Energy street art murals

New Murals by DALeast Seem to Explode with Energy street art murals

New Murals by DALeast Seem to Explode with Energy street art murals

New Murals by DALeast Seem to Explode with Energy street art murals

New Murals by DALeast Seem to Explode with Energy street art murals

New Murals by DALeast Seem to Explode with Energy street art murals

New Murals by DALeast Seem to Explode with Energy street art murals

 

via: Colossal

Giant Light Switch Mural is Brilliantly Literal

A photo-realistic mural with a nuanced message, this giant work of wall art is impressive in scale and a definite surprise to passers by. Complete with shade and shadow, the huge on-and-off power switch has hidden meaning behind its more obvious shock-and-awe appeal.

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Buildings consume as much as half of the power used in many developed countries. Even in winter, many of the world’s biggest skyscrapers are in constant cooling mode to offset the heat of humans and equipment. In short: most structures are in some sense ‘always on’ when it comes to energy use.

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Muralist Escif has a reputation for pointing out political, economic and social problems with his often-animated street art. Still, this piece in particular goes to the heart of an issue we often forget, but one that is right under our noses (or at our fingertips, as it were).

via: WebUrbanist