Before acting, public space’s players need tools to investigate urban reality. The Periscope suits them. Designed by collective ika during Biennale di Venezia in 2010, it was also used by curious passers-by with a shift in perspective.
Mobile street art!
More Japanese manhole covers (photo credit: Flickr user “s. morita”)
Breakable Flower Boxes by Kingsday
The last Monday Motivation piece I will be taking part in. Things are about to get crazy for me and I sadly just won’t have the time to continue with this project. Lots of traveling, client work, and even an internship that will be keeping me busy. It’s been an awesome thing to be a part of and I’m glad you all have enjoyed it just as much as I have!
These trees have camouflage down to a science.
Sony Studio rainbow in Culver City by Tony Tasset
Real Life Instagram: ingenious urban art installation pokes fun at filters.
Trekking through the urban wilderness! Another Streets Alive box!
You can almost pretend you’re in the countryside!
Grow by SpY
A vegetative circle on an old factory in Besançon.
Bringing peace to the city, one mural at a time.
Street art helps keep the city happy.