28 Street Art Pieces that Cleverly Interact With Their Surroundings


Graffiti or street art first came to be as a disrupted art. This art was meant to disrupt the environment around it to capture the attention of the whole community. But as the graffiti scene evolved, more and more street artists developed new styles and techniques. Some create stunning 3D street arts while others choose to place their works in strategic places. This enable their (often) 2D paintings interact with their 3D surroundings.

These artworks speak greatly of their creators creative imaginations. Seeing ordinary cracks in the wall, vines, holes on the streets, these artist see opportunities to create  something new.

Graffiti artists MO. Oak Oak, Banksy and Ernestas Zacharevicius are just a few of the hundreds of artists who specializes in this kind of street art.

Here are some of the pictures of the most creative street arts.

Face Of The City, Toronto, Canada


The Legend of Giants, Białystok, Poland


World Going Down The Drain, Spain


Calvin & Hobbes, France


Satellite Dishes, Birmingham, UK


Bruce Lee, Saint Etienne, France


Sluggo On The Street


UK Flags, London, UK


Pom Pom Girl

Spiderman, France





La Caravane Passe, France


Girl, George Town, Malaysia


Bird, Athens, Greece


Scream, France


Calvin & Hobbes, France

Seeder, Kaunas, Lithuania


Lost Eye, France


Bush, London, UK


Sideshow Bob, France


Sum Times


Ostrich, Rome, Italy


Bicycle, George Town, Malaysia


Shining, France

Hair, Fort De France, Martinique


Kenny, France


Glasses, Russia


 The Straw


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