The petition comes to the front in a series of billboards that show the dangers that volunteers face while they’re at work in war zones. Urbanites could sign on the last billboard to fight for these unprotected volunteers. It’s remarkable that an organization’s choice is to organize a petition in a subway station rather than online with a much wider audience. However, the fact that plenty of blogs already covered it proves that it’s a smart idea.
140 Years have passed since the happenings of the Paris Commune, the governance experience known to be the first historical assumption of power by the working class during the Industrial Revolution, that briefly ruled Paris between March and May 1871. Despite the relatively short life and the limited geographical range of the experience (the governance…Read more →
Despite being hidden underground, the subway system, and metropolitan underground world in general, has been subject of great interest by new generations of urban explorers, including writers, photographers, urban historians, bloggers or any amateur who spent his or her time down city’s crust. Over the last time many blogs have featured underground exploration, so I…Read more →
Last week we mentioned this Sealing the City project by Cedric Bernadotte. I don’t know whether this is a coincidence or not, but some days ago I stumbled upon an article on PSFK reporting about a new graffiti project that doesn’t demolish the city’s walls and buildings by using removeable sealing foil as a graffiti…Read more →