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Lens-Artists Photo Challange 170: “Street Art”

This week it’s Patti’s turn to challenge us for The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge. She asks for “Street Art”. After having sold a piece of art created by the British (?) artist Banksy for such an enormous amount in an auction.

I love street art. You can find more street art here on my blog by using the tag: “streetart” or “street art”

So, I only have a small selection here:



P.S. don’t forget to click on the images to enlarge them.

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Take care!

12 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challange 170: “Street Art””

    1. Ah, SuperMario 😊. Yes, it’s fantastic. It’s owned by the local water agency and has some equipment needed for water distribution and control inside. Thanks, Janet

  1. Wonderful collection, André. I especially love that first image and the last is a lot of fun. Super Mario! A great idea. What do you make of the crochet over poles and fences? I’ve seen it in a few places and wondered about it.

    1. Thanks, Patti. This war-knitting is also a kind of street art. It has no meaning. It’s simply decoration. At least that’s how I’m understanding it. But I‘m open for other interpretations 😊

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