The creatives behind the blog Street Eraser have found a way to mix the digital world with reality in these simplistic yet memorable pieces of street art.
The duo have gone around London streets and posted stickers to everything from graffiti to general signs. The stickers look like the erase tool found in Adobe Photoshop, so this real-life artwork appears to be adjusted by the online software program. The designers behind the idea and the blog are also commenting on the fact that hidden messages are behind even the most everyday structures. According to DesignBoom, the idea that "a concealed world beneath our own" is quite the fascinating concept for the Street Eraser crew. This concept is even more interesting when looking at various walls of graffiti and thinking about the numerous forms of artwork contained underneath some of these masterpieces.
Photo Credits: designboom, streeteraser
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