Vandalism is considered criminal in many countries, but more often than not, a lot of us see it as a channel to pour our creative ideas. We’ve all seen breathtaking drawings, abstracts, and designs by anonymous who work only at night. These unknown artists’ works have even become one of the best tourist attractions in some countries.
What the law sees as vandalism is not always wrong or even bad in the human eyes. The creativity and imagination required to bring dead objects we walk by everyday to life is something only a few have. We would love to have even more people appreciate these smart illegal artworks!
A sharpie, hammerhead shark.
Very subtle, nice try.
Clean armpit is important in his line of work.
That whole ad is a graffiti as well to begin with.
Summer in Osaka, Japan.
Run, Forest, RUN!
You really need to stop drinking, mate.
A very tiny forest!
Your worst nightmares.
Kong in the corner.
We’re all fragile creatures.
A breathtaking art.
These small gnomes inside a tree at a local park.
A baby changing station.
That’s what the kids call it these days.
This gorgeous art.
A UFO was spotted in Dresden taking away a cow.
Posting of Bills.
Makes you feel like just switching it all off.
Yeah, didn’t know that before.
How can anyone remove it?!
Dragon at it again.
Would you like some pastel water?
Giving the statue an urban feel.
A girl picking some berries.
Hand dryer questions its purpose.
This very simple but hilarious vandalism.
The offering some parents might consider.
Because of the new marijuana law in California, pranksters couldn’t miss their chance.