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Subtraction graffiti. these are amazing, seen them before. would love to so something like this!

Subtraction graffiti. these are amazing, seen them before. would love to so something like this!

Street art : Closeup of a portrait carved on the facade of a house by Vhils under the CRONO Project in Portugal.

Street art : Closeup of a portrait carved on the facade of a house by Vhils under the CRONO Project in Portugal.

I love new forms of Street Art. Check out this unique approach (video on click through).

I love new forms of Street Art. Check out this unique approach (video on click through).

faux brick and stucco wall | Faux Brick with Aged Plaster

faux brick and stucco wall | Faux Brick with Aged Plaster

Rochester Creek petroglyphs by oldmantravels, via Flickr

Rochester Creek petroglyphs by oldmantravels, via Flickr

Native American Deer Pictograph - photograph by Jo Ann Tomaselli. #joanntomaselli #fineartphotography #pictograph

Native American Deer Pictograph - photograph by Jo Ann Tomaselli. #joanntomaselli #fineartphotography #pictograph

Blythe Intaglios - Near the Colorado River, on the low desert just west of Highway 95, lies one of the most spectacular ancient creations in California––a group of immense drawings that, like Peru’s famous Nazca lines, can only be seen properly from the air.

Blythe Intaglios - Near the Colorado River, on the low desert just west of Highway 95, lies one of the most spectacular ancient creations in California––a group of immense drawings that, like Peru’s famous Nazca lines, can only be seen properly from the air.

Owl - Fremont people A.D. 600-1300. Site is on BLM land in Kane Creek Canyon near Moab, Grand Co., Utah. Edward Abbey apparently stumbled upon this figure and mentioned it in one of his journals. An entry published in "Confessions of a Barbarian" says: "Found a beautiful petroglyph of an owl near the mouth of Kane Creek Canyon. Must show it to Rebecca."

Owl - Fremont people A.D. 600-1300. Site is on BLM land in Kane Creek Canyon near Moab, Grand Co., Utah. Edward Abbey apparently stumbled upon this figure and mentioned it in one of his journals. An entry published in "Confessions of a Barbarian" says: "Found a beautiful petroglyph of an owl near the mouth of Kane Creek Canyon. Must show it to Rebecca."

Walk the Line

Walk the Line

This petroglyph from Siberia is dated to around 5000 BCE.

This petroglyph from Siberia is dated to around 5000 BCE.