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Earth Day Prompts First Ever Global Stealth Street Art Event

For the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, more than 500 artists bring passion and protest to the first ever global stealth street art event.

For the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, more than 500 artists in 100 countries from every continent bring passion and protest to the first ever stealth global street art event.

Projects highlighting climate change and other environmental issues were created in secret by both established and emerging street artists over the last sixth months for the worldwide protest, which was planned and executed by Earth Day Network. The event began today in New Zealand at 09:00 (NZST) and will end at 23:59 (ET).

The project was led and curated by LA-based street artist Meg Zany. The art and location of each piece can be seen in an interactive map here.

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