Street Art That Cleverly Interact With Nature

15 Jul 2014 Art
 Street Art That Cleverly Interact With Nature

If you’re an urban artist, you don’t get a lot of opportunities to work with nature. Luckily for us, the ones whose work is featured below didn’t squander their chance to work with some plants for once. These pieces will be a pleasant surprise to even the most experienced metropolitan, if only because they involve greenery that’s growing within city limits.

Check them out!

1. Mama bird feeding.
1. Mama bird feeding.

2. Someone could use a haircut.
2. Someone could use a haircut.

3. I wonder what the rent is like there.
3. I wonder what the rent is like there.

4. Should he be flying his kite in the rain like that?
4. Should he be flying his kite in the rain like that?


5. Sure.
5. Sure.

6. Peekaboo.
6. Peekaboo.

7. Just taking the ol’ cow for a walk, as city folk often do.
7. Just taking the ol' cow for a walk, as city folk often do.

8. Cities always have the strangest parties going on.
8. Cities always have the strangest parties going on.

9. What’s on your mind?
9. What's on your mind?

10. He’s a maniac!
10. He's a maniac!

11. Jimi Hendrix.
11. Jimi Hendrix.

12. If only!
12. If only!

13. That comb really works wonders.
13. That comb really works wonders.

14. Calvin & Hobbes.
14. Calvin & Hobbes.

15. Up, up, and a stay.
15. Up, up, and a stay.

16. With all of the surrounding concrete, it’s a good thing ostriches don’t actually put their head in the ground.
16. With all of the surrounding concrete, it's a good thing ostriches don't actually put their head in the ground.

17. Everyone looks better in the spring.
17. Everyone looks better in the spring.

18. Playing with her dragons in the lush grass.
18. Playing with her dragons in the lush grass.

19. Whoa. What kind of fertilzer are you using?
19. Whoa. What kind of fertilzer are you using?

20. Nature sure is beautiful.
20. Nature sure is beautiful.


(via: bored panda)

Amazing! Just imagine what these artists would be capable of coming up with if they were out in the country. On second thought, all of the material they’d have to work with might be overwhelming. Plus, spray paint doesn’t exactly “pop” off of bark.

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