The work of Bordalo II 

Portuguese artist Bordalo II has been stalking the streets of Lisbon looking for heaps of trash. Using mounds of discarded plastic sheeting, old tires, shingles, and tangles of electrical cable, he carefully repositions everything before spray painting it to resemble animals and insects. 

(Source: thisiscolossal.com)

 Towering Giants

Brazilian graffiti artists Os Gemeos who were invited to the Vancouver Biennale to turn six multi-story silos on Granville Island into their trademark ‘Giants.’ The murals on the 70-foot towers are now the largest paintings ever attempted by the pair, an astounding feat considering Os Gemeos completely donated a month of their time to create the non-profit art project.

(Source: thisiscolossal.com)

Peace and War

New York-based artists ICY and SOT have created a series of striking stenciled street art. Their works are mostly about peace, war, society issues and human rights.

(Source: designtaxi.com)

GIF-iti

Designer INSA creates animated “GIF-iti” pieces in locations around the world. Each mural is painted and photographed in sequence to create the awesome pieces above. If you’re interested in his work make sure to follow him on his tumblr here. 

Street Eraser 

English creatives Guus Ter Beek and Tayfun Sarier have created awesome street art, by taking the Photoshop eraser tool out onto the streets of London. Check out their ever growing collection on their tumblr blog here

MURAL festival 2013

For its first edition, 35 local and international artists were actively engaged in the creation of gigantic murals that will redefine Main Street (Saint-Laurent Boulevard) for the year to come. Their original works can be admired in their final form, all day, every day… for free.

(Source: muralfestival.com)