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"Pat Down"; Artists: BANKSY [street art] and Nick Stern [real life]

"Pat Down"; Artists: BANKSY [street art] and Nick Stern [real life]

Nature Is Bad For The Economy: This Street Art Makes You Question Your Values | Co.Exist: World changing ideas and innovation

Nature Is Bad For The Economy: This Street Art Makes You Question Your Values

Nature Is Bad For The Economy - "The Economy," a guerrilla art project, wants you to remember that what’s best for the economy might not always be what’s best for human beings.

Negahamburguer’s Street Art Raises the Self-Esteem of Brazilian Women

Negahamburguer’s Street Art Raises the Self-Esteem of Brazilian Women

Negahamburguer’s Street Art Raises the Self-Esteem of Brazilian Women · Global Voices

Street Arts Festival MostarBosnia and Herzegovina“Combo by NemO’s & Bifido  Here in better quality 3mb  ”

Street Arts Festival MostarBosnia and Herzegovina“Combo by NemO’s & Bifido Here in better quality 3mb ”

Inspirational Splatter Paint Art Project for Kids: Help children increase their creative confidence and self-esteem with this motivational art activity! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

Inspirational Splatter Paint Art Project for Kids

Inspirational Splatter Paint Art Project for Kids: Help children increase their creative confidence and self-esteem with this motivational art activity! Do this writing verses or scripture references!

Self-esteem is bad for the economy. (This Street Art Makes You Question Your Values from Co.Exist)

Nature Is Bad For The Economy: This Street Art Makes You Question Your Values

A piece I wrote for FastCo.Exist - Nature Is Bad For The Economy: This Street Art Makes You Question Your Values

Don't ignore me! The advertising campaign by +UNICEF is putting Chinas 1.5 million underprivileged kids in the spotlight. 3D street art by Ogilvy & Mather.

10 Unique Staircase Ads

Copy: “Don’t Ignore me China has over million underprivileged children. To help, call 020 Unicef China: Don’t Ignore me Advertiser: Unicef China Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Shanghai, China

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