Vandalism
Vandalism is the ruthless destruction or spoiling of anything beautiful or venerable. The term also includes criminal damage such as graffiti and defacement directed towards any property without permi...
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Muslim Migrant Destroys 1000yr Old Statues In Historic Church
ROME: A 39-year-old African/Muslim migrant destroys 9th century art/statues in the church of San Martino ai Monti.
Mysterious Underwater Crop Circles
Quick example of the beauty we can find in those BBC-Earth new documentaries.
Report: Ominous Graffiti Was Scribbled On The Bottom Of The Crashed EgyptAir Flight
Ominous graffiti reading "We will bring this plane down" in Arabic was written underneath the EgyptAir jet that crashed en route from Paris to Cairo on Thursday morning, The New York Times reported on...
Banksy's New Artwork Criticises Use Of Teargas In Calais Refugee Camp
Artwork featuring young girl from Les Misérables appeared on French embassy in London following reports CS gas was used to clear parts of the camp. The artwork, which depicts a young girl from the fil...
Photos: Shepard Fairey's First NYC Solo Show In Five Years Opens In Chelsea
Shepard Fairey, one of the most famous and successful street artists in the world, spent four hours out on the gallery floor last night for the opening of his first NYC solo show in five years. Fairey...
2:12 on Vimeo
2:12 is one many street artists that will be featured in the upcoming documentary 'Stick 'Em Up!' check out more of 2:12's work here -> http://tx2twelve.blogspot.com/…
A Street Art Culture Clash As Graffiti Goes Mainstream
To get to one of Detroit’s most powerful and shocking pieces of street art, you have to ignore the barricades set up at the north end of the Dequindre Cut. The idyllic recreational walk way connects t...
Graffiti king Banksy takes his art to Gaza
Mysterious graffiti artist Banksy has taken his airbrush to the Gaza Strip, where he has created several works highlighting the destruction caused in the recent conflict with Israel. He also posted on...
Graffiti Furniture by Dudeman
Toronto-based artist Dudeman gives your home the ultimate urban feel by bringing street art indoors, and presents his stylish graffiti furniture. Besides painting some stunning and vibrant pieces on w...
Graffiti
Graffiti is writing or drawings that have been scribbled, scratched, or sprayed illicitly on a wall or other surface, often in a public place. Graffiti ranges from simple written words to elaborate w...
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Snow White and The Madness of Truth
Snow White and The Madness of Truth (Swedish: Snövit och sanningens vansinne) was an item of installation art by Swedish, Israeli-born composer and musician Dror Feiler, and his Swedish wife, arti...
Snow White and The Madness of Truth - Wikipedia
TATS CRU
TATS CRU, Inc. is a group of Bronx-based graffiti artists turned professional muralists. The current members of TATS CRU are Bio, BG183, Nicer, HOW, and NOSM. TATS CRU were founded by Brim, Bio, BG183...
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Mission School
The Mission School (sometimes called "New Folk" or "Urban Rustic") is an art movement of the 1990s and 2000s, centered in the Mission District, San Francisco, California.
This movement is generall...
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Ben Eine
Eine (real name Ben Flynn; born 23 August 1970) is a prolific street artist based in London, England.
Eine is most notable for his alphabet lettering on shop shutters in London's Shoreditch, Brick...
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Grafedia
Grafedia is a type of graffiti, where hyperlinked text is written by hand onto physical surfaces and linking to rich media content including images, video, and sound files. Grafedia can be written in ...
Lords of Chaos (group)
The Lords of Chaos was a self-styled teen militia formed on April 12, 1996, in Fort Myers, Florida. They gained notoriety for a crime spree that ended with the April 30, 1996, murder of one of the b...
Stencil
Stencilling produces an image or pattern by applying pigment to a surface over an intermediate object with designed gaps in it which create the pattern or image by only allowing the pigment to reach s...
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Crop circle
A crop circle is a sizable pattern created by the flattening of a crop such as cereal, rapeseed, reeds, grass. Such formations typically have intricacy and beauty, and are also referred to as crop for...
Crop circle - Wikipedia
Piraeus Lion
The Piraeus Lion is one of four lion statues on display at the Venetian Arsenal, where it was displayed as a symbol of Venice's patron saint, Saint Mark.
It was originally located in Piraeus, the ...
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Mischief
Mischief, or malicious mischief is the specific name for different criminal offenses in a number of different jurisdictions. While the wrongful acts will often involve what is popularly described as v...
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Shoe tossing
Shoe tossing, the act of using shoes as projectiles or improvised weapons, is a constituent of a number of folk sports and practices. Today, it is commonly the act of throwing a pair of shoes onto te...
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Pania
Pania, often styled "Pania of the Reef", is a figure of Māori mythology, and a symbol of the New Zealand city of Napier. A statue of Pania on Napier's Marine Parade is a major local tourist attraction...
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Elvis Rock
The Elvis Rock is a rock alongside the A44 in Powys, Wales, near its border with Ceredigion. It is one of the most iconic pieces of graffiti in Wales, probably the most iconic in mid-Wales. This is ma...
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Outhouse tipping
Outhouse tipping is a prank consisting of overturning an outhouse or a Portable toilet, usually onto the door. It allegedly used to be performed as revenge for not being given a treat at Halloween. Le...