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By PBS NewsHour
By Victoria Fleischer
Twenty five years ago Sunday, thousands of Berliners jumped on top of the Berlin Wall as a divisive era came to an end. Five years earlier, Kiddy Citny of West Berlin began to paint the wall with two of his…
The Department of Transportation in New York City is in the middle of updating the accessibility icon, which advocates say better reflects those with disabilities. NewsHour Weekend's Hari Sreenivasan reports.
By Galia Farber and Eve Tarlo, KLRU
Rigel Thurston says he lives by a simple motto: "Beauty will save the world." The 33-year-old realtor is now painting that sentiment -- taken from Fyodor Dostoevsky's novel "The Idiot" -- on fences along Lamar Boulevard in north Austin, Texas,…
By Frank Carlson
For more than 30 years, Los Angeles-based artist RISK has been creating colorful murals on everything from highway overpasses -- known as “heavens” -- to dilapidated buildings, walls, trains and buses. He recently joined eight other graffiti artists to paint…
By Colleen Shalby
How do you turn ordinary places into extraordinary works of art? For some, a flash mob is one way. For artist Luke Jerram, the answer was a giant water slide.
Alliance between gas companies and environmentalists, Banksy, climate change policy.
It’s been around for several decades, but street art got a jolt of publicity when famed British street artist Banksy took up residency in NYC during the month of October and produced a piece a day. Brooklynstreetart.com expert Steven Harrington…
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