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Interventions

Stick ‘Em Up With Klebstoff #6

Klebstoff #6

2014 sees the return of the sticker magazine Klebstoff. In its 6th edition Klebstoff represents the three pillars of sticker design: art, artwork and artsy. Ranging from drawings and doodles to photo manipulation, there is a variety of different styles and techniques represented in this small, yet compact sticker magazine.

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Give-And-Tako In Geneva

Neighborhood exchange boxes in Geneva

The trouble with neighbourly lending is the inevitable caveat that borrowed items are often never returned. On the flipside, donation lacks an element of reciprocity with an added requirement of effort. The city of Geneva has found a healthy medium between getting rid of undesirable items and obtaining necessary things through a network of shareable exchange boxes, which they call Boîtes d’Échange Entre Voisins or Neighbourhood Exchange Boxes.

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  • Funny Signs In The Underground

    Funny signs in the London Underground

    Some street artist with a great sense humor has installed a hilarious series of signs in London’s Underground stations and trains. The name of the artist is unknown, but that doesn’t make his/her creations less hilarious. Most of the sticker signs are add-ons to the original Underground signs.

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  • Suzanne Lacy: Art In The Public

    Suzanne Lacy

    As a child she would organize imaginative games that kept herself and the children in the neighborhood busy for days. Later in life, as an adult, she continues to re-invent arenas of social interaction while she repeatedly gives birth to a hybrid between art and community-organizing. By creating participatory art and politically engaging with it Suzanne Lacy has become an internationally acclaimed and celebrated artist, according to Creative Time perhaps even the most important socially-engaged artist working today.

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