This collection of street art pieces shows art can happen anywhere. Once seen as an act of vandalism, graffiti has truly grown into its own and become a prevalent, if not respected, art form.

In many instances it's used to portray a political or satirical message. Throughout history art has reflected culture and society back to us, and street art is no different. Many installations have a surrealist vibe, including inter-species animal interpretations. Other artists make clever use of their surroundings, as can be seen in strategically timed captures and sinister Disney characters. In some instances, artists take a literal approach to street art pieces by creating work on the road, rather than on the side of a building or construction site. Street art galleries and museums are also becoming more popular.