The month of March ushered in a theme of innovation in street art. Many artists experimented with different styles, such as Guus ter Beek and Tayfun Sarier's pieces inspired by Photoshop's eraser tool, Aakash Nihalani and Know Hope's 3D mural, and Andrew Schoultz's dramatic installation for SXSW 2014.

In New York, street artists creatively spoke out against social issues. BAMN and gilf! draped their Gentrification in Progress banner across the whitewashed 5 Pointz complex, and Ji Lee carried out his cheeky Clownify Stickers campaign on advertisements across the city. Take a look at the global street art that went up last month with In These Streets: The Best Street Art From March 2014.

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