Unconventional Street Art

When a lot of people think of “graffiti” they instinctually think of spray painted walls, but the fact is there are a lot of creative folks out there making street art with unconventional materials. Here is a list of my favorite examples.

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Balloon graffiti by D. Billy (Check out the rest of his “site interventions”)
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Cross-stitched street art via girl_onthe_les.
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More cross-stitched street art by Sarah Corbett.
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Lego street art from Dispatchwork.
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Mosaic graffiti by Brad Downey (via Wooster Collective). From a distance it looks like normal graffiti but on closer inspection it’s actually a mosaic!
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Moss Graffiti by Anna Garforth. Here’s a tutorial for making moss graffiti if you’re interested.
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Painted chewing gum on the street by Ben Wilson (via rahid1)
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Tape street art by D. Billy, overdue underdone (2), and Michael Townsend (via Jessi Hagood).

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Yarn bombing by Olek.
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More yarn bombing via Wayfaring Travel Guide.
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2 Responses to “Unconventional Street Art”

  1. Tess` says:

    Awesome work of art! I loved it.

  2. Typostitch says:

    I love these! Inventive and beautifull. My favorites are of course the cross stitched ones.

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