Post boxes, trash cans and lamp posts will chat up members of the public in what is perhaps the strangest public-art project to come out of the U.K.
It's like a lamp store exploded in there!
Art for airplane travelers.
Graffiti artists were invited to Atlanta to paint. And then they weren't.
That's pretty much all you could ask for in an artwork, right?
This eco-friendly sculpture re-imagines the classic city square decoration.
Next up: a rocket-propelled menorah?
The mural celebrating printmaker Dox Thrash is now a big, ugly square of paint.
Athletes sporting LED-studded suits cast neon streaks through markets and over roofs of the Thai metropolis.
A sleek new system adds motion to the traditional "Tower Lights."
A new exhibit on New York's Governors Island turns trash into funky plastic sculptures.
Think of it as the world’s largest, most popular public art fair.
The 'Pee Project' is part of a tide of new public art that takes the city as its canvas and its inspiration.
Stop? Go? Don't walk? Gaaaaah!
Artist Marlin Peterson improved the Seattle Center with frighteningly realistic (and large) daddy longlegs.
Concourse E has been invaded by a rainbow-colored swarm of gently swaying jellies.
Now these are some trees with personality.
This body heat-sensing spotlight is great if you're egotistical, terrible if you have a hangover.
An artist uses special effects to make dangerous public areas appear like bustling marketplaces.