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Mata Ruda. The Painted Desert Project 2014. Kaibeto, Arizona. Navajo Nation. (photo © Jetsonorama)

Painting the Desert: Urban Artists In The Navajo Nation

Mata Ruda. The Painted Desert Project 2014. Kaibeto, Arizona. Navajo Nation. (photo © Jetsonorama)

Doodles. Avant Gardner. The Painted Desert Project 2014. Arizona. Navajo Nation. (photo © Jetsonorama)

Painting the Desert: Urban Artists In The Navajo Nation

Doodles. Avant Gardner. The Painted Desert Project 2014. Arizona. Navajo Nation. (photo © Jetsonorama)

German street artist Kim Köster is doing the impossible—turning the typically scary content of monsters and abandoned buildings into interactive entertainment for children. Köster started by spray painting mischievous monsters in derelict warehouse sites outside of Berlin, allowing them to playfully

German street artist Kim Köster is doing the impossible—turning the typically scary content of monsters and abandoned buildings into interactive entertainment for children. Köster started by spray painting mischievous monsters in derelict warehouse sites outside of Berlin, allowing them to playfully

"Blossom", a new 9-story mural created by Russian street artist Rustam Qbic for the New City festival in in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

"Blossom", a new 9-story mural created by Russian street artist Rustam Qbic for the New City festival in in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

AZ. The Painted Desert Project 2014. Kaibeto, Arizona. Navajo Nation. (photo © Jetsonorama)

Painting the Desert: Urban Artists In The Navajo Nation

AZ. The Painted Desert Project 2014. Kaibeto, Arizona. Navajo Nation. (photo © Jetsonorama)

Saatchi Online Artist: Boicu Marinela; Paper, 2012, Mixed Media "trouble love"

Saatchi Online Artist: Boicu Marinela; Paper, 2012, Mixed Media "trouble love"

German street artist Kim Köster is doing the impossible—turning the typically scary content of monsters and abandoned buildings into interactive entertainment for children.

German street artist Kim Köster is doing the impossible—turning the typically scary content of monsters and abandoned buildings into interactive entertainment for children.

Giant Starling Mural in Berlin by Collin van der Sluijs and Super A

Giant Starling Mural in Berlin by Collin van der Sluijs and Super A

Dazzling Bird Mural in Berlin Symbolizes Energetic City Culture - Netherlands-based artists Super A and Collin van der Sluijs have collaborated to create it.

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