Posts Tagged: street art

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Art intervention by Juliana Santacruz Herrera in the cracks of Paris sidewalks. A beautifully deconstructed ‘yarn bomb”.

(via Trendland)

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Great alley! Nice urban intervention in South Hill, East Van by Instant Coffee (amongst other things, the Vancouver chapter brought us the odd glossy sandwich boards and faux-yarn-bombed buses for the Main Street transit redesign a few years back). 

(via OtherSights)

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An adjustable stencil for taking your statistics-based infographic to the streets (with temporary spray chalk, of course).

Neat idea, though the adjustability means it’s not a very clean-looking image.

(via GOOD)

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nevver:

Akut, Vandalog

Part of an exhibit on “Street Art”. Love when art-things veer delightfully into the realm of planning-things. This one reminds me of the more interactive of Candy Chang's simple/awesome urban interventions. 

nevver:

Akut, Vandalog

Part of an exhibit on “Street Art”. Love when art-things veer delightfully into the realm of planning-things. This one reminds me of the more interactive of Candy Chang's simple/awesome urban interventions. 

Source: nevver