Astonishing Images of Street Art from Around the World

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He’s only known as “WD,” which stands for “Wild Drawing,” and the moniker is apt; WD has been creating memorable and eye-catching street art around the world since 2000, seeing opportunities and compositions in the corners, doorways, and blank walls of modern metropolises, and filling them. According to his website, the Indonesian artist currently lives and works in Athens, spending time in his studio (he has degrees in Fine Arts and Applied Arts), but mostly in the streets.

These are some of our favorite pieces of his street art; check out more at WD’s site, or by following him on Instagram and Facebook.

(“What if I fall? But imag­ine, what if you fly?” Athens, Greece, 2015 / Image courtesy of WD)

(“No land for the Poor,” Athens, Greece, 2015 / Image courtesy of WD)

(“Homi­noidea,” Athens, Greece, 2015 / Image courtesy of WD)

(“Pros­per­ity,” Kemi, Fin­land, 2016 / Image courtesy of WD)

(“No place like Home,” Naxos Island, Greece, 2015 / Image courtesy of WD)

(“Con­nec­tion,” Monc­ton Canada 2017 / Image courtesy of WD)

(“The Grif­fin,” Arvika, Swe­den, 2017 / Image courtesy of WD)

(“Knowl­edge speaks — Wis­dom lis­tens,” Athens, Greece, 2016 / Image courtesy of WD)

(“House of Venom,” Athens, Greece, 2017 / Image courtesy of WD)

(“My Pre­cious,” Bali, Indone­sia, 2015 / Image courtesy of WD)

Check out more at WD’s site, or on Instagram and Facebook.