Found in Hosier Lane, Melbourne. AUS

Anežka (Agnes) Kašpárková, a former agricultural worker, picked up the wall decoration hobby from another local woman who had been doing the same for years. Using vibrant blue paint and a small brush, she creates intricate floral wall murals inspired by traditional Moravian (southern Czech) artwork. Despite attaining both local and viral acclaim, she has insisted that her house painting hobby purely for pleasure. “I am an artist,” she stated to Czech media. “I just enjoy wall painting, and I want to help.”





At Marsa.

Street art by Oakoak in Avignon, France.

East Village, New York City, 1998

The Invisibility of Poverty - created by artist Kevin Lee for Unicef

Is it a real crocodile or is it art?



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Joseph Gatt It’s actually a 3D rangoli done by talented Sauraksha Naik from Ponda!

Playing field in Żabbar, Malta, October 2020 (photo by Lawrence Marsh).