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Street art.. most beautiful decoration on the common alleys, concrete buildings, river bridges, railway stations, trains… And it can be found all over the world. Street art comes in varying shapes and forms, from sculptures to“yarn bombing”,  and contains everything from graffiti fonts family to windows display and far more.

Here follows part 3 of the most popular graffiti around the globe:

11. Phlegm

The beginning of Phelgm was in self-published comics and after he brought his detailed illustration style to the streets. The UK artist based in Sheffield creates surreal, storybook-style imagery, working solely in monochrome (black and white). Each piece of street art forms part of a grand narrative that extends worldwide, from Canada to Australia.

Phlegm paints and places his illustrations all over the world

12. MrDheo

MrDheo free style graffiti artist with no formal artistic training.. And according to him this is the main reason that has helped him to develop his own techniques and evolve without direct influences. The Portuguese artist’s has bold and graphic style that lends itself to graffiti art.

The bigger the better

– he said.

MrDheo’s street art appears in over 30 international cities, and he has collaborated with a number of major brands and companies.

MrDheo dedicates himself to photorealism, blended with graphic components

13. MVM Graphics

Matt W Moore artist from Boston runs his own studio called MVM Graphics. He has been painting on walls for over half his life.

“It’s a magical experience to actualize an idea extra-large in the public space”

– he smiles.

“Lots to see in this section. Everything from my early years of graffiti and street-level art, to my more recent abstract murals. Indoor and outdoor, I’ve got you covered.”

Moore W. Moore has been painting geometric murals for more than half his life

14. Mademoiselle Maurice

This extraordinary piece of street art was created to mark the opening of the Urban Nation contemporary art museum in Berlin. It’s the work of visual artist Mademoiselle Maurice, and features a flock of 3D birds brought to life in metal origami. 

A flock of metal origami birds adorns this street art

15. Herbert Baglione

Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione is creating eerie shadows across the floors, walls and doors of the building, often interacting with abandoned wheelchairs for extra creepiness. One of his most popular pieces is particularly striking project, which entitles 1000 Shadows in an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy. In this piece he add the stamp of his work.

An eerie creation for an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy

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