Street art is one of the types of painting art. It is loved by many artists and ordinary people. Street art is a painting art created in a public place, and different from the traditional painting carrier. It is usually created by using a wall as a canvas. So street art is displayed in ordinary streets and communities , not in the art museum.
Street art, unlike other art forms, integrates artists’ works into the natural environment and directly faces the public, thus initiating the public visual experience. From the initial graffiti art form to a variety of artistic expressions such as murals, chrome alloys, characters and so on!
In the late 60s, street art in the form of spontaneous graffiti arrived in New York and spread to the whole world. It also developed from the original city streets to the countryside around the world.
Street art, like other art forms, has a wide range of subjects. Different artists create work by their own experiences, hobbies, and inspirations. Animals, characters, scenes, and various patterns are all the subject of creation.
Thoughts and stories:
Behind each work of street art, there have important ideas. Every street artist has a story to tell. The artist wants to pass ideas to the public through his works and to impress the public through the expression of his works.
Here, we have collected 25+ animal street art works, please enjoy!
So sweet rhino,if you love it, please save it!#saverhino!via source
Wild Common Carp
Endangered Europe European
Endangered european mink that was hunted to extinction in many parts of europe,it exists still in parts of spain,france,russia.via source
Monkeys – Stop Cuttin Rainforests
Pick up your rubbish and stop cutting down the trees.via source
Black Cheeked Lovebirds
Black cheeked lovebirds have been endangered since 1994,I wonder how many unloved ones are in cages in homes around the world.via source
Manatee And Bee
Awesome reflection work – the Manatee is about to drive into a pool of water! via source
Really Cool Parrot
Ethiopian Wolf & African Cheetah
There are 500 Ethiopian wolf, 15,000 African cheetah and over 8 million London humans in this world! via source
Amatoia malachite,Has been endangered and decreasing,estimated no more than 1000 adults per generation exist.They once were known from ten sites now only two. via source
Zanzibar Red Colobus
Zanzibar red colobus,endangered Animals,total population estimated at less than 2000 individuals,the main reason for decrease is due to deforestation.Please stop logging! via source
Blue Crane South Africas National Bird
Blue crane south africas national bird its rapidly decreasing in numbers,This murals painted in woodstock capetown.via source
African cheetah,7000-15000 left in the wild.It painted in a black township called khatalisthe just outside capetown.it looks great on that rustic background,This is to appeal to people to stop hunting fur! via source
Rothschild giraffe , Kameelperd (Camelhorse) in Afrikaans, less than 2,500 left in the world. via source
There are 880 gorillas left in the wild! via source
Bee With Shadow Effect
This pair of bees looks like real, effective use of shadows to produce 3D effects.via source
Dog painted in a local community school,Used to promote rabies vaccines. via source
the lemur cutta has reduced its population by 25% over the past 24 years,save the lemur cutta please!via source
Painting theme at the Croatian soundwave festival – Save the secretary bird. shame for the disappearance of such awesome birds! via source
Lovebirds for amazing street partys in london!via source
British Grey Heron
British grey heron,it looks like off down the Marshes,then come to London,It is on the verge of extinction, please save it!
Endangered: Only 3,000-4,000 Houston Toads are left in the world.via source
The Painter And The Poet
These guys are edwards pheasant they might be extinct in the wild but iucn red list puts them at 50 left in the wild.They are lost their homes due to pesticides and land loss in the vietnam war. via source
The whole wall painted in italy in association with help save the orangutans! via source
Bird Boxes And Murals