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Guerrilla Street Signs Show The Intersection Of New York And Hip-Hop

Co.EXIST   
March 30th, 2013

Guerrilla Street Signs Show The Intersection Of New York And Hip-Hop

Artist Jay Shells has traveled through New York City, putting up signs with rap lyrics at the specific places the streets are referred to in the songs, creating a visual map of the city in an original form of art.

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Artist Creates Stunning Portraits With Old Wine Corks

Treehugger   
August 20th, 2012

Artist Creates Stunning Portraits With Old Wine Corks

Part George Seurat, part folk-art genius, the portraits put the wine-soaked beauty of the corks to their best advantage, using the depths of the stains to create light and shadow. The results are picture-perfect.

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A Pre-Fab Sustainable Village To Create Smart Growth

Co.Exist   
August 5th, 2012

A Pre-Fab Sustainable Village To Create Smart Growth

That’s why, in a collaborative effort to create a village that redefines rural poverty relief, researchers from the U.S. and Malaysia have come together to build a high-tech, self-sustaining community northeast of Kuala Lumpur. With 100 energy-efficient homes and a closed-loop agricultural system that provides not only food for its residents but a surplus for them to sell, the project architects believe the village could be a model for villages around the world.

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21 Acts Of Kindness That Will Make You Believe In The Human Race

The Huffington Post    Video
July 28th, 2012

21 Acts Of Kindness That Will Make You Believe In The Human Race

The last week has been kind of rough on all of us. Let’s remember that displays of humanity’s inherent goodness happen around us all the time — whether it’s a disabled fan being hoisted up at a concert or a track star helping an injured competitor cross the finish line.

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The Best Landscape Astrophotograph

OutsideOnline   
July 18th, 2012

The Best Landscape Astrophotograph

Beauty of the Night Sky winners were picked for their ability to capture an amazing landscape and sky in natural color. Against the Lights winners were picked for their ability to show the negative affect of light pollution.

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Inside Look: FairMail Helps Global Youth Become Commercial Photographers

good.is   
September 13th, 2012

Inside Look: FairMail Helps Global Youth Become Commercial Photographers

“Who would have thought kids [would be] able to take such good pictures that can compete in the global photography market?”

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Andy Goldsworthy-again.

A little piece of my mind...   
August 12th, 2012

Andy Goldsworthy-again.

“My art is an attempt to reach beyond the surface appearance. I want to see growth in wood, time in stone, nature in a city, and I do not mean its parks but a deeper understanding that a city is nature too-the ground upon which it is built, the stone with which it is made.”

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Olympic Opening Ceremony Photos: ‘Dove Bikes’ Showcase Peace at 2012 Olympics

Examiner   
July 28th, 2012

Olympic Opening Ceremony Photos: ‘Dove Bikes’ Showcase Peace at 2012 Olympics

The Dove bikes, as the Olympic game organizers so intently called the riders, were the symbolic message of the actual doves of peace. With 75 riders who rode the ring of the stadium, it was impossible to miss the message of peace.

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PHOTOS: Plant Tomatoes. Harvest Lower Crime Rates.

MotherJones   
July 26th, 2012

PHOTOS: Plant Tomatoes. Harvest Lower Crime Rates.

Looking at Schiffer’s photos and talking with people involved in urban farming, I’ve come to realize that their efforts have less to do with providing healthy food than they do with a reclamation of sorts, taking ownership of their community and their daily lives.

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Bicycle Skid Marks As Art In ‘Velodrawing’

Bike Rumor    Video
July 1st, 2012

Bicycle Skid Marks As Art In ‘Velodrawing’

Grillitsch stumbled upon his artistic language when, after skidding and swerving to miss a pedestrian, he observed the texture and shape of his rubber on pavement creation. His works are a product of sharply honed bike skills and organic instinct and, hopefully, communicate to the world what we cyclists already know, bikes are aesthetic.

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