STREET ART IN NEW YORK CITY New York City is home to as many selfie-worthy locales as it is people. One of the most colorful places to snap a photo is in front of the popular mural by artist at the corner of Bowery and Houston streets in lower Manhattan.
Colorful Origami Street Art Installations by Mademoiselle Maurice. The Saint-Maurice cathedral was adorned with two installations—a geometric pattern on the front gate and a rainbow of origami on the front steps.
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 .
Art collective Dihzahyners painted this set of stairs in Beirut, Lebanon last June. The 73 steps took 7 hours to paint. For those in Beirut, you can check out the stairs located on Mark Mikhael street. - Artwork and Photography by DIHZAHYNERS
Abbagalia Art - Even though graffiti is a part of art in pop culture, graffiti isn't something that is illegal or frowned open. Folk communities in Abbagalia embrace graffiti and use it as a way to spread peace by painting and spray painting murals.