Interactive street art

Beautiful examples of wall art graffiti that interacts with elements of the city.

by JPS (Jamie Scanlon)

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Playful typographical installations by Michael Pederson

Sydney-based street artist Michael Pederson places his humorous street art creations across parks, suburban streets, and industrial zones in Sydney. Pederson uses easily-removable materials and his clever signs generally last no longer than a month.
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Optical Illusion Mural by Astro


Parisian street artist Astro in this abstract art mural, mixes  curves, calligraphy and dynamic shapes to create his own world by exploiting the subtlety of shadows and lights, the strength of colors, and the perspective of depths. Created on behalf of urban art project Loures Art Publica, the mind-bending piece of art uses layers of blue pigment on the ordinary building in Loures, Portugal.

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Large-scale murals by Seth


Born in Paris Julien Malland began painting murals in the 20th arrondissement of Paris under the name of Seth. Since 2003, he entured across the world to exchange with street artists from different cultures, in order to broaden his horizon on life and on mural painting. From this experience he has been compelled to draw simple characters, mostly children, somehow connected to the chaotic environment in which they are revealed. Witnessing the outcome of globalization, its creations are celebrating traditions. Thus they are defining a hybrid culture between modern expression and traditional representation. His approach aims to arouse an artistic dialogue, whether it is a collaboration with local urban artists or a learning process of traditional techniques from local craftsmen.
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Urban Safari


In this series visual artist and founding member of Le3 creative studio, Julien Nonnon, projects  large-scale images of stylish human-animal hybrids, on buildings throughout the city of Orlando, Florida. His works essentially articulate the interaction of his creations with the architecture and urban elements surrounding him. This process has successfully brought numerous artistic projects to completion, combining street art, kinetic installations, digital creations and video-mapping. 

‘through this series of photographs, compiled in a book ‘safari urbain orlando tour, I tried to illustrate their energy, enthusiasm and commitment to make alive this unique experience of digital street art in Orlando,’ nonnon says

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Huge paintings of sleeping giants by Ella & Pitr


French artists Ella & Pitr are known for fun painting large-scale murals.  The gigantic artworks depict huge sleeping characters  on rooftops, airport runways and even grassy fields sprawled across hundreds of square meters. Due to their size, the murals are best seen from the air.

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