Brick of Faith
I remember I was standing by a colored brick wall, the first time I was struck by this revelation: that graffiti is art and street artists are the poets of urban walls. By this tumblelog I spread my lifelong love story with spraycan creations.

Passionate copywriter, social media junkie, applicant geek and hopelessly nosey chick. I cerish street art as a universal aesthetic code that is worth posting on every digital as well as brick and mortar wall. Because street beauty will save the world.

COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER: All the pictures featured on this tumblelog belong to their respective owners. If you see your picture on this page and don’t want it here, send me a message with the details and the link to the picture, and I will remove it right away.
Brick of Faith
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Mural by Roes Smtm (2014, London, UK)
http://globalstreetart.com/roes
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Mural by Roes Smtm (2014, Shoreditch, London, UK) 
http://globalstreetart.com/roes
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Mural, by Faith47 (Durban, South Africa, 2014).
http://www.faith47.com/
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Mural at Niranjana School, by Yusuke Asai (Maharashtra, India, 2011-2014).
http://d.hatena.ne.jp/asaiyusuke/
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Street art in Harlem, NYC.
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"Renaissance" trompe-l’œil mural, by Patrick Commecy (Le Puy en Velay, France).
http://www.a-fresco.com/
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Malala, by Eduardo Kobra (Rome, Italy, 2014)
http://instagram.com/eduardokobra
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Mural by Banksy (UK, 2014).http://www.banksy.co.uk/
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Mural by Banksy (Cheltenham, UK, 2014).http://www.banksy.co.uk/
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thelondonaye:

STEALING BANKSY? is a project exploring the social, legal and moral issues surrounding the sale of street art. Taking place from April 24th to 27th in the heart of London, the exhibition showcases the most expensive collection of Banksy artworks ever assembled under one roof. Banksy though spoke out against the project by posting an adversarial statement on his website: the controversial guerrilla artist labelled as ‘disgusting’ the exhibition and pointed out that it had been organised without his involvement or consent.
Read more: http://thelondonaye.blogspot.it/2014/04/stealing-banksy-or-saving-them.html