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Love is in the Air and on the Walls

12 February 2018

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. To set the mood and get you in the spirit, we’ve gathered a few of the loveliest street art from around the World celebrating love.

The Chrome Dance by Bik Ismo

???? Montreal, Canada

A traditional dance with futuristic vibes has been decorating the Montreal’s streets since Mural’s 4th edition, in 2016.

The Kiss by Eduardo Kobra

???? New York City, USA

This one-of-a-kind remake of the iconic sailor kiss photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt colored New York City’s High line from 2012 to 2016.

Bleeding Hearts/Lovewall murals by JGoldcrown

???? New York City, USA

From Japan to Brazil and accross the US, JGoldcrown’s lovewalls sprinkle joy and hope and put a little love in our hearts.

Love by Claire Streetart

???? Paris, France

Lovers in action are Claire Streetart’s trademark.

Parting Kiss and Love Forever by D*Face

???? Los Angeles, USA

D*Face gives a darker and more satirical look at love.

Mobile Lovers and Kissing Coppers by Banksy

???? London, UK

???? Brighton, UK

Banksy’s depictions of love are always accompanied by an underlying social commentary.

Lalix y Saner by Saner

???? Mexico

Saner’s lovely tribute to his couple’s love for their wedding day.

Let Love Grow by Scampi

???? Wellington, New Zealand

Simple stencil artwork with meaningful messages like this lovely piece caracterize Scampi’s style.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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