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┬ásite 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)