Ambient Ads: 25 of the Best You're Ever Going to See - Cube Breaker
Advertisers are increasingly looking for more and more ways to get their products in front of us. It seems these days they are stuck in every nook and cranny possible to make sure they get noticed. And with more traditional ad types such as commercials or magazine inserts becoming increasingly ignored, the creativity necessary to …
Got a hole in your wall? Why fill it with plaster when you can fill it with Legos! Because come on, plaster is soooooo last season! Dispatchwork Berlin Artist Jan Vormann has been using Legos to pa…
Aesthetic communication in urban areas and internet today
In urban areas, as on the Internet, there is a concentration of energy, kinetics, and information. This acts as a catalyst and thereby promote
Urban Diversion: Playful Street Art Interventions on the Streets of France by OakOak
Street artist OakOak (previously) continues to bring smiles and double-takes to his hometown of St. Etienne, France, an old industrial town with drab facades and cracked sidewalks ripe for his unique brand of visual jokes. He shares his love for superheroes, the Simpsons, Bruce Lee, and other pop cu
Beautiful Imperfection: How to Use Kintsugi Art in Your Home
Imperfection is beauty, Marilyn used to say. Instead of throwing away broken things and remodeling the whole room when some tiles are broken or the floor is cracked, how about we fix that crack accentuating it and transforming it into something beautiful?
131 Funny Vandalism Examples That Are The Perfect Proof Street Vandalism Can Be Art Too
Do you know what happens when vandalism meets art? No, you don't. Neither did we until we saw these funny
Clever street art that interacts with the city and surrounding landscape
French street artist, OakOak – featured previously – has unveiled some of his latest works where he invades the city streets, or even the surrounding countryside, to make best use of what's already there...