Recently the Google Cultural Institute launched Street Art Project, aiming to preserve the elusive works of infamous street artists by the likes of Phlegm and, more prominently known, Banksy. The database of over 5,000 images allows viewers to narrow their searches for their favorite artists and pieces, such as New York walls of the 1990s. The collections span from the walls of Bogota to the streets of Kenya and showcase both public and private works as well as those that no longer exist. Here are some of the best ones found in the collection. You can browse around yourself here.