Dope Street Art

This is a collection of my favorite type of street art. It varies from stencils, to portraits, abstract art and movement.

This is a stencil by Bonk. I love how the man in the picture looks as if he is walking. I can appreciate how he fades the man while he is walking, as if he looses and find his self on his journey.
This is a black and white stencil of what I believe to be Alice in Wonderland picking her magic mushroom off the ground. This cart shows the girl reaching and kneeling which goes with my theme of movement.
This is a mural painted by one of my favorite artist Sand One. She lives in LA but travels everywhere painting her murals of woman with big eyelashes. In this painting it looks as the woman is batting her eyes and chewing on a leaf which goes with my theme of movement.
This art is by one of my favorite artist, Invader. This artist never reveals his face, which in my opinion is cool. He makes these little alien's that come from space to invade our world. Whats cool is he has pin pointed the exact locations of these aliens and people actually go on the search for them. He also worked on a project were he sent one of these aliens to space. This alien looks like he's dancing which goes with my theme of movement.
This work of art is by Apset and Rhino they actually do a lot of work together. I consider this art to be surreal style of art. In this painting we see the dog bended over going about his business, the two head coming up and the woman smoking a cigarette which goes with my theme of movement.
This type of graffiti art has a combination of typography and surreal art.I love how vibrant the colors are. In this art we see a bot in the middle with his tongue out kind of looks like he is about to barf which goes with my theme of movement.
This is a portrait of Biggie Smalls by Hide Two. I really like this portrait of biggie because of the shades of red and blue used. Kind of representing the gang wars of crips and blood which also represents the war of the west coast and east coast. I consider this painting to be part of my movement theme because his type of music was a movement.
This is a portrait of Tupac one of the most influential rappers of all time. I like how in this portrait we can see the toughness on his exterior yet we can also see a bit of softness in his eyes. I consider this painting to be part of my movement theme because his type of music was a movement.
This painting is so different and unique, thee is so much going on in this painting. What really caught my eye is the wave in the background and use of color. The wave really goes with my theme of movement.
This art is a type of graffiti that I guessed could be considered as surreal style of art. It appears to be a man with a fish on his head having tea with a mermaid. Because of the action of the man having tea I consider this art to go with my theme of movement.
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