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We already talked about the French street artist OaKoAk ("Funny Street Art by OakoAk", but also here and here) and his funny urban hijacks.

it makes pretty good sense that "have a break, have a kit-kat" would put their name on a seat. very clever ambient advertising. #advertising

Quick hit for Friday. I saw this outdoor ad for Kit Kat and wanted to share it. The ad is a park bench disguised as a giant Kit Kat bar, with the line "Have a break. Have a Kit Kat." It is a great idea and I like the execution of the ad, as the…

Street Art Panneaux de signalisation – Tuxboard

Street Art Panneaux de signalisation

Street Art Panneaux de signalisation – Tuxboard

Culture jamming stop war sign

Culture Jamming – [.providing.relief.on.smoky.times.]

Social Commentary Art: Stop War // really cute. I've always liked the stenciled-on "war" on stop signs, and this kind of one-ups it.

Culture Jamming: New Subversive Signs of Our Times

Some homegrown artists and culture jammers decided to mix up the morning commute by adding some spice to an otherwise dull landscape.

Skin2 by Mehmet Ali Uysal: a gigantic clothes peg pinching a grassy hill, reminding us that "we walk on skin that is called planet Earth".

Sculpture by Turkish artist Mehmet Ali Uysal in Chaudfontaine Park, Liege, Belgium. A giant clothespin sculpture appears to be holding on to a mound of dirt.

Clet Abraham. 000

French street artist Clet Abraham snuck out into the night and pasting removable stickers onto street signs throughout major cities in Europe, giving the signs a humorous twist.

La vida puede ser bella y divertida con OakoAk

We already talked about the French street artist OaKoAk ("Funny Street Art by OakoAk", but also here and here) and his funny urban hijacks.

Strommast Kunst in Hattingen, Germany photo by by artists Chung-Ki Park li Hwang and Hae-Ryan Jeong - Mr Pilgrim

Environmental art by li Hwang, Hae-Ryan Jeong and Chung-Ki Park - stained glass pylon

Nature Inspired Street Art by Roadsworth

Clever Nature-Inspired Street Stencil Art by Roadsworth

Montreal-based artist Roadsworth creates his art on public streets. That's the actual street, mind you. In Roadsworth's town, the crosswalk marks may actually be the skeleton of a fish. A lane divider line turns into a zipper.

Top 40 des photos du street art de OaKoAk

Top 40 des photos du street art de OaKoAk

Funny Site-Specific Street Art - My Modern Met

Interesante muestra de señales de transito con significados escondidos

Clet Abraham, el artista que propone repensar las señales de tráfico (FOTOS)

Interesante muestra de señales de transito con significados escondidos

street art by Clet in Paris http://restreet.altervista.org/clet-lartista-dei-cartelli-stradali/

posted a photo: Top 10 Funniest Safety Signs Edits They are all around us, yet most them will go unnoticed and indeed unseen. But safety signs

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