Art invades the parking lot of the Italian newspaper La Stampa in Turin (Italy). It’s Abithoudini and the author is Agostino Iacurci.
Empyrean Passage by Dan Corson
The entire sculpture consumes less electricity than a household nightlight and operates on a photo cell.
Latest @publicartfund installation at #CentralPark! #nyc. http://ift.tt/1iSIIOl
“Like giant poppy flowers (3.5m), a surreal red and pink forest of thin poles topped by 100 umbrellas, marked an urban-green spot (5m x 10m) in St James’ Church Garden in Clerkenwell, offering shaded comfort, away from the city frantic pace.Symbolising urban transformation and the awakening of spring, red foam-clad scaffolding components formed a glamorous example of reversible public environment.”
The city makes for quite a canvas.
"I frequently visit René Hurtado - a fisherman who lives in a tiny house on a beach in Cabo de San Román. For years, I was obsessed with its façade made out of rotten and grey wood pieces! In one of my trips to the beach, I suggested him to make a chromatic intervention to his façade. Once I painted it, the remote house was transformed into an enormous canvas full of colours, which were immersed within this beautiful landscape having the sea as background."
Hacking the pavement: a guide to breakdancing.
Lesson ten? Sure hope the other lessons were also this epic.
“My experience on the street dates back to 2003, when the Iraq war started. I decided to make some stickers containing messages against the Iraq conflict and others in favour of peace. At the same time, I wanted to place other elements on the street, such as hybrids of different ancestral cultures and characters related to robotics. They were my first totem robots.”
Street artist Flix dream of transforming Caracas, one totem robot at a time.
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.