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#StreetArt ~   Meersau from Salzburg, A.  meersau.tumblr.com | HAHAHAHA D'oh!

#StreetArt ~ Meersau from Salzburg, A. meersau.tumblr.com | HAHAHAHA D'oh!

jana and js are an Austro-German artist couple who now lives in Austria, Salzburg. Their street artwork can be found both in the urban as well as in a closed room. Inspired by the city and architecture through the ages, as well as by the residents and the viewers, they paint urban landscapes, details of architecture and portraits of people with a play of reflections and transparencies using the stencil technique.

Street Art by jana & js

jana and js are an Austro-German artist couple who now lives in Austria, Salzburg. Their street artwork can be found both in the urban as well as in a closed room. Inspired by the city and architecture through the ages, as well as by the residents and the viewers, they paint urban landscapes, details of architecture and portraits of people with a play of reflections and transparencies using the stencil technique.

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Salisburgo, Austria 2014-Jana & js - Artisti di strada di Jana & js <3 <3

Street Art by jana & js

Salisburgo, Austria 2014-Jana & js - Artisti di strada di Jana & js <3 <3

#tbt my MA show part 3 @cglartschool 2005. 'Murder in the Cathedral', 275x200cm, since shown at Museum of Modern Art Salzburg and now in the phenomenal Peter Nobel collection #zurich #monumental #assemblage #painting #collage #text #london #street #graffiti #art #tseliot

#tbt my MA show part 3 @cglartschool 2005. 'Murder in the Cathedral', 275x200cm, since shown at Museum of Modern Art Salzburg and now in the phenomenal Peter Nobel collection #zurich #monumental #assemblage #painting #collage #text #london #street #graffiti #art #tseliot

Street artist Michael Aaron Williams purposely puts up his homeless street people in places where others will find them. He doesn't glue them up, rather, he simply tapes them to the walls so that anyone who passes by might want to stop, take them off the wall, and bring them home. And if no one does? "They will cease to exist," Williams says. "They will be destroyed and blown away in the wind or other forces that will rip them down and throw them away."

Homeless Street Art (10 pieces)

Street artist Michael Aaron Williams purposely puts up his homeless street people in places where others will find them. He doesn't glue them up, rather, he simply tapes them to the walls so that anyone who passes by might want to stop, take them off the wall, and bring them home. And if no one does? "They will cease to exist," Williams says. "They will be destroyed and blown away in the wind or other forces that will rip them down and throw them away."

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