Sunday, August 02, 2015

The 10 Most Popular Street Art Pieces of July 2015

1. Germen Crew - Mexico
Time for a new episode of our monthly round-up of the ten most popular street art pieces featured on StreetArtNews. As usual, this ranking is created by our readers and based entirely on our server's unique page-views.

Number one this month, is a brilliant collaborative piece by Germen Crew which transformed an entire district of Pachuca in Mexico.
Second place this month goes to Ted Pim, who achieved the runners up position with his unique Baroque Street Art. Polling third and fourth are WD and Owen Dippie with their great pieces in Athens and New York City.

Did your favourite piece make our list this month? Stay with us till after the jump for a selection of the talents included in July's top 10, and be sure to let your thoughts be known in the comments section!


2. Ted Pim - Ireland
3. WD - Greece
4. Owen Dippie - USA
5. C215 - Denmark
6. Pixel Pancho - Italy
7. Frukty - Russia
8. Dome - Germany
9. Edoardo Tresoldi - Denmark
10. Deih - Spain

6 comments:

  1. Whoa...
    Thank you for posting :) I love all of them :)

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  2. The American one stuck out as...american.
    The Mexican one was beautiful and thoughtful: it provided a real identity for that neighborhood. I can assure you that no one has ever wanted to take photos before! This lovely "mural" may inspire 1 or 2 inhabitants to become artists--that would be super cool.
    The Irish one is amazing and magical. The first time I took a holiday in Ireland I was very young and was searching for little green men. If I had seen that masterpiece reflecting the light in that room I would have screamed and jumped and told the family I found a leprechaun. That piece would get the same response today!

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    1. Owen Dippie or OD as he is known is actually from New Zealand - http://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2015/07/11/owen-dippie-radiant-madonna-unites-raphael-and-haring-in-brooklyn/#.VgMMjMuqqko

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