I love creepy things. I love how they freak people out, and I especially love them when they are completely unexpected. It's no wonder, then, that I am a big fan of this Skullface street art.
The photographer behind these Skullface street art pieces utilizes his Flickr stream to the full extent in order to capture a psuedo-grotesque sense of the world around us. See more images of this urban artwork above.
Implications - Street art has recently gone from underground phenomenon to accepted, widespread form of self expression. Graffiti artists such as Banksy have helped transform what was once perceived as a form of vandalism into a respected art form.
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