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    And thats the Street Art on Street Art Utopia on Facebook May 2011.

    Bonus!: About Street Art Utopia on TEDxAmsterdam: “Art is by no means limited to the museum. In fact, the entire world can be the canvas of an artist. Under that motto, we declare the world our canvas, the guys from Street Art Utopia started an amazing website showing how much creativity we can find on the streets of our cities. The street is in fact one of the best places to display art: isn’t it a pity that Tutanchamun’s death mask, Leonardo’s Mona Lisa, van Gogh’s Sunflowers and Warhol’s portraits are all solidly locked away in buildings that aren’t always accessible for free?” Read full story here.

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