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Posted on 4/28/2011 02:39:00 PM

Amazing Street Art by OakOak

Filed Under () at 4/28/2011 02:39:00 PM

Saint-Etienne-based French artist OakOak loves to play with urban elements and create amazing ephemeral pieces of street art.


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From the air it looks as though a giant toddler armed with a box of super-sized crayons has been let loose on the Dutch countryside... if the lines weren't quite so perfect.

The vibrant blues, reds, pinks and yellows sprawl as far as the eye can see in Lisse, western Netherlands, where farmers hope to make huge profits selling them to florists and supermarkets around the world.

Tens of thousands of tourists have flocked to catch a glimpse of these spectacular quilted farmlands in all their technicolour glory.

The tulip season begins in March and lasts until August with several shows held across the country, but the flowers are undoubtedly at their most spectacular at this time of year.


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