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80+ Amazing Guerrilla Street Art Inspiration Examples Guerrilla Marketing Photo

These colorful geometric murals were done by Matt W. Moore, an amazing graffiti artist who can blend shapes, colors and street art all in one. Check out this post for some really awesome graffiti murals all over the globe.

New Geometric Tape Art from Aakash Nihalani  http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/01/new-geometric-tape-art-from-aakash-nihalani/

New Geometric Tape Art from Aakash Nihalani

Street art by Blaqk. Blaqk is a collaboration between 2 designers from Athens Greece, Greg Papagrigoriou and Simeκ. A mix with illusive forms and letters (typography-calligraphy) in strict shapes. www.blaqk2.tumblr.com

Based out of Athens, Greece, artist and designer Greg Papagrigoriou has a love for lettering. Taking his typography talents to the streets, Greg's artwork is a refreshing change to the more typical lettering seen in the streets.

In the future air pollution decides to get a little more aggressive. "Offset this Carbon, you idiots!" it says as it blocks your hallway.

An awesome installation by Via Grafik, a graphic design studio and an art collective based in Wiesbaden, Germany. Titled Sooner Or Later it All Comes Down, and really feels like it’s about to come crashing down any minute!

Math: Can be used to Learn Geometric shapes using painters tape. Geometric tape artist, Aakash Nihalani, invades India.

Geometric Tape Art Invades India

17 Of The Most Beautiful Steps Around The World | Architecture & Design

17 Of The Most Beautiful Steps Around The World

I love design that takes advantage of stair edges as they are a fabulous canvas for colour and pattern. Case in point? A beautiful staircase makeover by Dihzahyners, a team of artists and designers "aimed at creating initiatives to make Beirut brig .

Inspired by western and arab calligraphy, Greg Papagrigoriou combines this inspiration with geometric forms to create stunning street art.

Typographic street art by Greg Papagrigoriou

Based out of Athens, Greece, artist and designer Greg Papagrigoriou has a love for lettering. Taking his typography talents to the streets, Greg's artwork is a refreshing change to the more typical lettering seen in the streets.

Heatherwick street bench design - love it, especially with the lights underneath. Should have done this at Nelson-Atkins Museum!

Jesolo Lido Pool Villa / JMA

Creative Landscape and landscape architecture-Heatherwick street bench design - love it, especially with the lights underneath

It's not difficult to identify a mural that has been completed by Eduardo Kobra. The Sao Paulo-based street artist has a signature approach filled with vibrant colors and geometric shapes that merge together to form the portraits of many very prominent figures. He uses a combination of painting, airbrush, and spray paint to produce the enormous works filled with a lively spirit. His most recent large-scale work is titled Peace.

Colorful Solo Show Titled "Peace" by Eduardo Kobra

Eduardo Kobra’s “Peace” at Dorothy Circus Gallery in Rom // Italy

New Geometric Tape Art from Aakash Nihalani  http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/01/new-geometric-tape-art-from-aakash-nihalani/

New Geometric Tape Art from Aakash Nihalani

Oversized Crocheted Doilies by Ashley V Blalock Climb Up Trees and Gallery Walls | Colossal

Oversized Crocheted Doilies by Ashley V Blalock Climb Up Trees and Gallery Walls

Oversized Crocheted Doilies by Ashley V Blalock Climb Up Trees and Gallery Walls | Colossal

Arabia Factory neighborhood sign. I like how it includes the amount of time it takes to get there.

MY FINLAND Arabia Factory neighborhood sign. I like how it includes the amount of time it takes to get there.

A new geometric projection by Felice Varini painted onto the Grand Palais in Paris. See it from different perspectives at the link:  http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/05/new-geometric-projection-by-felice-varini-in-paris

Geometric Projection by Felice Varini in Paris

The orange-red marks covering one arcade of Paris’ Grand Palais this summer may look like the random act of vandals, but these curious paint slashes actually make up the latest geometric perspective work by Swiss artist Felice Varini.

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