From the year 2000, when artists started taking a closer look at the murals that line the walls of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, to the rise of the digital age, we’ve collected some of the best art that’s been created since then.

The Huffington Post recently asked two of the world’s most celebrated artists to rank the best murals in their field.

From the world of murals and sculpture to pop culture, art has changed so much in the past 20 years that we’ve decided to go back to the basics, ranking the best contemporary works in the world.

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The murals above were created in 2017 by renowned murals artist Andrew Knausgaard, and were designed by his wife, Stephanie Knaussgaard, in collaboration with artist David Brueggemann.

The artists’ work is comprised of three parts: a wall, an image, and a line.

The first part of the wall is filled with colorful shapes, often created using recycled materials, which are placed along the edges of the canvas to create a pattern.

In this case, the lines are created by placing a thin layer of chalk or sand on the image in a circle.

The second part of a wall is created by taking the outline of a person, face, or object and filling it with colorful lines.

This is an example of a line in the form of a triangle.

The artist then applies the chalk or other materials to the lines to create an even texture.

The third part of each wall is made of a single image, usually in the shape of a star, or even a single letter.

These images can be made to look like stars or letters or simply to be eye-catching.

Here are the ten best contemporary murals:The work above by Andy Warhol was created in 1972.

The work was created by Andy and Stephanie Warhol, whose artworks have been featured in museums around the world and are often considered among the most influential of the 20th century.

The two artists began the work after the death of Andy’s mother, who was a painter and the widow of a painter.

The Warhols’ work was inspired by their mother, and the artist used a variety of materials, including paint and chalk.

The artists used many different techniques to create the works.

This piece is one of Andy Warham’s most popular murals.

The work by Paul Giamatti is a portrait of the actor David Bowie.

In 2007, the artists created this work as a tribute to the actor’s passing.

Bowie was a prolific painter and illustrator whose work has appeared in galleries around the globe.

The piece above is the first work by artist David Bohm.

The three-dimensional works were created for a children’s book titled “Penguin’s Guide to the Galaxy,” which was published in 1998.

The piece is a collaboration between the artist and the publisher, Penguin Random House.

The artwork above by French artist Jean-Michel Basquiat is a depiction of the life of the late painter Georges-Henri Lumière.

In the painting, Lumières character is a giant, sitting on a throne.

The characters arms are covered in the color red.

The paintings style is often called “aquatic,” which means “in water.”

This piece, which is also known as the “Lumière of the Seas,” is a piece of work that is considered by many to be one of the most famous water-based artworks in history.

The artworks above by German artist Georges Meeuwis, who is best known for his works of contemporary art, are among the best of his career.

The works have become household names in France and Germany, where they are known as Meeus Works.

Meeos works are usually shown in public in large public parks, and his works are exhibited in art galleries worldwide.

The artworks are also known for being in the style of contemporary contemporary artists.

The paintings above by the Dutch artist Jan van Eyck are among Meeys most famous works.

In 2009, the artist created these works, which have become iconic to the art world.

The series consists of eight paintings.

Each painting depicts a single object or scene.

The painting’s title is translated as “Wake up.”

Mee and his wife are the main characters of the series.

The Meeuses work has been shown at the Tate Modern in London, and at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

In 2010, artist Joao Fernandes took the painting to the next level.

He created a series of four water-filled sculptures.

The water in these sculptures is created using clay and water.

Each water-formed sculpture is about four feet tall, and can be viewed from either the side or the front.

The sculptures have been seen at museums and in public spaces