Tags archives: art

City Silhouettes

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Over the past few years, British photographer Jasper James has been working on his series "City Silhouettes", a project I came across via my tumblr dashboard almost year ago, when there were only a few pictures to see. In the still ongoing project he creates a symbiosis between the capital city of China, Beijing and its citizens. By photographing reflections[...]

Tess Sheerin: fantasy surfboard artist

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What do you get if you cross an artist inspired by Japanese art and street graffiti with broken, forgotten and disused surfboards? The answer: completely beautiful works of art. Kiwi-born, Tess Sheerin, rolled over to England in 2008 to pursue a successful explosive art career that has impacted the surf art-scene hugely through her fantasy- inspired work tha[...]

Art on Globes

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If you're anything like me, you can't help but to already start thinking about christmas and the presents you want to give to everyone. You probably have friends, family and possibly co-workers to think of, that's a lot of people you want to thank for keeping you company troughout the past year. I've been roaming the internet lately for good ideas to make[...]

5 Reasons to go to... Burning Man

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I’m a self-admitted festival hussie.  My parents were huge hippies and I grew up going to lots of festivals and giant outdoor concerts, and as an adult I’ve been to and worked at my fair share.  But no other week has blown my mind and changed me as much as going to Burning Man. playa hearts In San Francisco I take it for granted everyone knows about it; th[...]

Cutting edge street art in Lisbon

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A city with narrow cobbled streets and magnificent but derelict buildings is what you would normally think of when hearing about Lisbon, but the Portuguese capital is gradually turning into a huge gallery for innovative street art. On my way to downtown Baixa last year, I passed by something that surprised me, huge cranes were standing next to a block of onc[...]

The Camper Bike

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Traveling can inspire all sorts of creative outputs. One man called Kevin Cyr from Brooklyn did not stop at journal entries and taking photos - he took what he loved about camping and put it together into one cool art project. Kevin built the Camper Bike as part of an exhibition called Home in the Weeds. The idea behind the series was a hard look at self-pre[...]

The 1000 Journals Project

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Do you keep a travel journal? Admire graffiti and anonymous bathroom stall scrawls? Have you ever kept a group diary with your girlfriends, passing it around sharing stories, doodles, and thoughts from your day? image by Gregory Hogan The 1000 journals project is like all of these things rolled into one and made public. The project started in August 2000[...]

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