This is some incredible street are that must be seen. It is truly amazing that these street artists who supposedly have no formal training are able to come up with such amazing artwork.
The fantastic street art in these photos was created by artist Robin Rhode from South Africa. It is absolutely fresh and beautiful. It does beg the question of why graffiti is illegal since it is certainly much better that what was there previously. How can something so fantastic be illegal?
Somebody likes to take pictures of nature. Others enjoy taking pictures of themselves, their family and friends. But there are people like Danny Santos II who shoot strangers on the city streets. This photographer lives in Singapore. So far he has about 65 portraits of strangers, but his goal is to create about 100 portraits. You can see the best of his works after the jump.
How many dogs can live in a dog favela? Well, according to the photos in this post about 1600 (and some 200 cats). This one in the city of Caxias do Sul in Brazil is very humane and takes dogs in off the street to care for them. It is underfunded but they do the best they can and the dogs seem happy.
Cities all over Europe have a wild collection of animal street graffiti all over streets, buildings and practically anywhere a street artist can get to with his paint brush or spray can. Although they were obviously done by different artists, they all have one thing in common; They are all huge and they all look real.
Some people might find Japanese street fashion a bit strange, odd and extravagant. However, this is very normal for Japan.
In case you want to see more of Japanese fashion, check out Japanese Fashion Street Harajuku.
The addresses in this post run the gambit from the ridicules to the funny. They make you wonder who in the world sits around and thinks them up. Some are outrageous, some are naughty, but they all are humorous.
Finns like to buy second hand cloths. This is probably the only country in Europe where you can meet fashion of old times. If you still have your granny’s jeans or old bags, feel free to share them with Hellooks, a Finnish site that shows selected street fashion from Helsinki. “Hel” stands for the name of Finland's capital, as you might have guessed ;)
Former NASA scientist Kurt Wenner came up with some street art that are some amazing 3D optical illusions. They look so real it is difficult to believe that they were painted. With a person standing next to one of them you would swear that the art next to them as real as they are. The man is a scientist as well as an artistic genius.
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Harajuku is a famous fashion street of Tokyo with a unique street fashion. Young people dressed in a variety of styles including gothic lolita, visual kei, and decora, as well as cosplayers spend the day in Harajuku socializing. The fashion styles of these youths rarely conform to one particular style and are usually a mesh of many.
Many prominent designers and fashion ideas have sprung from Harajuku and incorporated themselves into other fashions throughout the world. Incredible pictures. Have to see them!