art

The Invisible Man

You have to love the work of Liu Bolin. Just have a look at his work! I would describe the work of this Chinese artist as incredibly well executed urban camouflage. Think about the amount of work that goes into each and every shot here. Amazing! It’s...
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Streetartview

Check out this great new project by Red Bull: Streetartview. It strives to become the worlds largest collection of streetart. How does it work? Go to the site, tag the location of a great piece of art via Google Streetview, add the as much info as you...
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Box/Box, the Ping Pong Apartment

Did you ever think an apartment with 25.000 ping pong balls in it could look so good? Now, thanks to designer Daniel Arsham you can decorate your entire house with ping pong balls. In the Brooklyn based Box/Box apartement he has used over 25.000 ping...
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Skate Fails

Here’s a nice piece of work by Spanish artist Alex Trochut. Skate fails is a collection of skateboards, that look destroyed or deformed in all sorts of ways. And they look pretty cool. All these boards are made out of ceramic, with some pieces plated...
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Crumpled City

Citymaps; They are clumsy, tear and you are never able to fold them back the way you found them. Well, no more. Although I have been using my iPhone lately for city maps, I totally love the Crumpled City concept by designer Emanuelle Pizzolorusso. Crumple...
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Dead Drops

Here’s a cool little something for the monday afternoon: ‘Dead Drops’. Dead Drops is an anonymous, offline, peer to peer file-sharing network in public space. The principle is very simple: USB flash drives are embedded into walls, buildings...
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