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    When Street Art meets Nature (35 photo collection)

    Street Art that interacts with nature

    Street art is at its best when it is part of its surroundings. These are some of the most beloved examples we have of street art using plants and trees. Links and information under each photo. 


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    By El Decertor – In Imbabura, Ecuador (2 photos)

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    Flower Power by Fábio Gomes Trindade in Goiás, Brasil (3 artworks)

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    By Nuxuno Xän – In Fort De France, Martinique

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    In Nicaragua

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    Flower mural by OGMillie and Floratorium in New York (5 photos)

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    In Pondicherry, India 2 photos

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    By Robson Melancia in Dois Córregos, Brazil

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    By Xanoy – Green Smile

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    By SFHIR in Málaga, Spain

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    By Fauxreel in Toronto, Canada

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    Street Art by David Zinn (3 photos)

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    “UMI” Sculpture by Daniel Popper in Lisle, Illinois 4 photos

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    Cuteness overload! Chalk Art by David Zinn (6 photos)

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    Legend about Giants by Natalia Rak in Białystok, Poland

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    16 Photos – Street Art by Michael Pederson in Sydney, Australia

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    Street Art by Pejac – A Collection

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    By Jonna Pohjalainen – In Turku, Finland

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    By Wild Drawing in Athens, Greece

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    Banksy Bush

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    By Oakoak in Avignon, France

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    By Sandrine Boulet

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    Street Art by Oakoak – Calvin and Hobbes

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    87 Perler Bead by Pappas Pärlor -Collection 1

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    By Dr Love at Upfest – In Bristol, England

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    Moss Graffiti by Carly Schmitt

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    The Green Carpet – In Jaujac, France 6 photos to see it all

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    Small Girl and small apple – By Oakoak

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    By Sandrine Boulet

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    By Sandrine Boulet

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    Street Art by JPS – A Collection (+40 photos)

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    Garden Hot Air Balloon – By Oakoak

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    Street Art by Vinie – A Collection (24 photos)

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    The sleeping beauty – In Picardie, France

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