This week’s look at public art around the world is headlined by this new piece (source) from Case (aka Andreas von Chrzanowski) in Frankfurt, Germany. Painted at the construction site for the future European Central Bank headquarters, the MaClaim crew member painted Pinnochio being manipulated by a pair of hands, making some sort of political statement.

Other worthy pieces come from Escif – Spain, Kidult – Belgium (source), Remi Rough & Shok-1 – London (source), Mesa – Italy, Christiaan Nagel – London, Remed – Morocco, Pixel Pancho – Sarasota (source), DALeast – Miami, Mehdi Ghadyanloo – Iran, Bom.K & Liliwenn – London, M-City – Norway (source), David De La Mano – Uruguay (source), Ludo, Stik – Jordan (source), Fintan Magee – Australia (source), and Robots Will Kill (ChrisRWK, Veng and ECB)

Photos via the artists or festivals unless source otherwise specified.

Escif – “Gentrification” in Valencia, Spain.

Kidult in Belgium. Photo via Hypebeast.

Remi/Rough & Shok-1 – “Communication Accommodation Theory” in London. Photo via Graffuturism.

Mesa in Italy.

Christiaan Nagel in London.

Remed – “L’HOMME OISEAU POISSON” in Marrakech, Morocco.

Pixel Pancho in Sarasota, Florida. Photo by ClothesLine via Savage Habit.

DALeast in Miami.

Mehdi Ghadyanloo in Tehran, Iran.

Bom.K & Liliwenn collaboration in London (Brick Lane – Hanbury St.)

M-City for the ARD*POP-UP 2012 in Oslo, Norway.

David De La Mano mural in Montevideo, Uruguay. Photo via StreetArtNews.

Ludo – “Murakamirst”

Stik in Jordan. Photo via Vandalog.

Fintan Magee in Brisbane, Australia. Photo via StreetArtNews.

Robots Will Kill (ChrisRWK, Veng and ECB)