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Gregory Euclide

Meet the amazing work by Gregory Euclide. I just love his work. Gregory creates little imaginative world in all kinds of surrounings. It are paintings, sculptures, reliefs. And all in one. Just have a look. It is so incredibly creative. Just look at the...
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A History Of American Graffiti

A History Of American Graffiti: 400 pages covering everything graffiti in the States. Carefully curated by Roger Gastman & Caleb Neelon this book is a must have for all people loving street art. And if Shephard Fairey says “If there were a college...
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You Took My Name

To me, this art project illustrates perfectly what the power of a good logo is. The collective Dorothy have taken the logo’s of the big companies of our time, and stripped the names from them. Recognize any?
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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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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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Creative Social Amsterdam

Yesterday I was invited by Creative Social to join their Amsterdam event and sit in on a presentation by Rafael Rozendaal. Very cool stuff. Creative Social was founded in 2004, by Daniele Fiandaca and Mark Chalmers, as a collective of the world’s most...
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