' }); } else { } setNewsletterCookie('recentlyShown', 1); function closeSignupBar() { function initNewsletterSignup() { Photo by Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images. Photo courtesy by Parmvir Bahia. A coronavirus-inspired street art piece by Adrian Wilson, paired with work by Jilly Ballistic. .addClass( 'slideIn' + upOrDown ); 3. + '<\/div>' $email.focus(); ©2021 Artnet Worldwide Corporation. Photo by Mohammed Abed/AFP via Getty Images. Photo by Apu Gomes/AFP/Getty Images. addCss('https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/animate.css/3.5.2/animate.min.css'); return o; } A man wearing a mask walks past a new mural by Elle Street Art of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG) commissioned by the Lisa Project on November 17, 2020 in New York City. } Photo by Carlos Tischler/Eyepix Group/Barcroft Studios/Future Publishing via Getty Images. + ' @media (max-width: 767px){ .close-signup {top:0 !important;} }' Here are some of the most memorable street artworks of the year—some inspirational and uplifting, some sorrowful, some humorous, some just plain beautiful—from countries around the world. Street art of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X made in reference to the George Floyd killing at the famous Leake Street Tunnel under Waterloo station. The focal point of his work is … ‘Arising is a consequence of falling.’ – Steven Tran, curatorial team. + ' @media (max-width: 575px){ #ouibounce-modal {display:none !important;} }' Photo courtesy of Justkids. // Check if ouibounce exist before calling ouibounce FAKE, Super Nurse on April 21, 2020 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Le Liégeois NOIR Artist (une des ses fresques est visible dans le Parc de la Boverie) a été ému par la pandémie et les efforts quotidiens de tous. //position at bottom of screen + '