by Kenny Ong in New Art on Thursday 26 June 2014

It is no state secret that Google’s Street View has been peering intently at our neighborhoods in practically every major city, day and night. But thanks to their specially designed panoramic lenses that leaves very little out, stay-at-home armchair travelers can now appreciate the various public wall art around the world with Google’s Street Art Project launch this month. What’s great about this new initiative is the online preservation of the often transient nature of street art. Thus far, the project has already documented about 5,000 high resolution images, including art pieces that no longer exist.

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