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Here are examples of artists that attempt to live up to Banksy’s dream to get the art off the walls and start melting into the streets.

The famous and anonymous street artist and political activist “Banksy” said that he pines for a city that is more blended into its street art culture. He wants one that “feels like a party where everyone was invited, not just the estate agents and barons of big business. Imagine a city like that and stop leaning against the wall – it’s wet.”

This is sweet, but mannequin or not, this guy would get severally accosted in New York City for taking up that much sidewalk.

Its tough being a city lawyer. This guy just lost his head-case. Badom *miss*

This is the kind of uplifting piece that would go great in a park or around a koi pond.

Broad strokes.

Ice giraffe is completing his community service.

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POLISH ARTIST COVERS CITY Streets In Intricate Lace Patterns

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Just because street art is a relatively modern development doesn’t mean that it should only feature modern artistic styles. NeSpoon, a street artist in Poland, creates beautiful pieces of street art that imitate traditional intricate lacework. Nespoon doesn’t limit herself to just spray paint and stencils, either – she also uses cement and actual crocheted lace.

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