21 Cartoon Inspired Street Art And Installations From All Over The World

Cartoon characters already occupy a ton of visual space, and they're moving outside their usual tv screens. As graffiti becomes less stigmatized and more respected, it's beginning to reflect characters and scenes common to the every day person, not just the off-the-grid street artist.

What truly makes street art stand out most is the heart put into it. When that heart belongs to a favorite cartoon character, the end result is truly magical. Cartoon graffiti puts some of the most recognizable icons in situations we’ve never seen before, like for example, the Lego Movie’s Master Builder standing at a fake subway station or Snow White exploring her hardcore impulses in a dark alley. Here’s some of the best cartoon street art from all over the world.

  • 1

    Spongebob Weeps On The Streets Of Italy

    Photo: Imgur

    In the artists's alternate reality, Spongebob is created from, and presumably lives in, a cardboard box.

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  • 2

    Bambie Gracefully Steps Out Of A Painting

    Photo: YouTube

    While the artist and location are currently unknown, this stunning work deserves recognition for the details which are basically 3D art on top of, well, even more 3D art for a smoke in mirrors effect that's unbelievable.

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  • 3

    Scooby And Shaggy Make Their Awesome Aussie Debut

    Photo: YouTube

    The streets of Melbourne, Australia are painted a delightful shade of Scooby thanks to the creativity of artist Kream.

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  • 4

    Jumping Ship With The Looney Tunes Crew

    Photo: YouTube

    To the delight of Bugs Bunny fans everywhere, street art grows a set of sea legs and cruises over the waters with the Moby Crew on this swoon worthy vessel.

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