Art has been changing its appeal to the man on the street. You no longer have to visit museums and art galleries to get a taste of contemporary art. You can easily find wall paintings, graffiti and murals that resonate with your feelings, cultures, beliefs, as well as with the changing times.
They often carry a message for the common man: live a little, open your eyes, breathe, play. And yet, there are still places where there is little appreciation for street art. This boggles the mind because some of the street art you see here are hard to miss and doubly hard to ignore.
Here are 10 most cool, creative, and eye-catching street art that the world can totally live with.
10 Most Cool and Creative Street Art
1-Shoreditch Street Art, London
Another popular tourist attraction, the Shoreditch Street Art even has a dedicated “tour” and offers to show more than “10 years” of stories from its street art.
2-Street Art in Norway
With kids, it doesn’t matter what life throws at them, they have fun with it. Adults are more pragmatic, which explains the visibly irritated man warding off these stripes of color with his black umbrella. Which do you prefer to be?
3-ROA Street Art in London
Talent on a back wall of an apartment in London. The art pops out of its “canvas” because of the masterful use of shading, and clever use of space to give that 3D effect.
4-East End Street Art
Another captivating work, this time in East End London. It captivates with stunning colors and a woman’s face and piercing eyes.
5-Circus-Themed Mural in Athens, Greece
This photo captures what is essentially a mural that’s heavily inspired by the Circus. Despite the fun they bring us, there is sadness amongst the performers.
6-Shoreditch Street Art
Another great example of the diverse art in Shoreditch. This time, get lost in a combination of colors from what appears to be robots and wires.
7-Love Letter Street Art in Poland
Another spectacular street art in Poland by Aryz. The composition describes a woman reading a love letter in a somber manner.
8-Unique Murals & Unusal Street Art 03 Shaka
A mural painted by the artist known as “Shaka” here, we see what appears to be a man lost in a daze of colors.
9-Street Art, Conor Harrington for Wood Street Walls, East London, England
Street Art need not be that colorful, sometimes even a few colors can bring out the most powerful pictures. This duel between two gentlemen was made by Conor Harrington, an Irish born graffiti artist based in London.
10-ROA Street Art
An artwork done by “ROA”, an artist in Belgium. Here we have what appears to be a mutilated rat that’s painted in detail.