Guerrilla Petrol Station Cinema

Under the name of Cineroleum, a collective of young artists, designers and architects has transformed an abandoned petrol station on Clerkenwell Road in London into a temporary pop-up cinema. The film theater is hand-built and primarily constructed using donated and found materials. Cineroleum is a traditionally designed cinema — “an improvisation of the decadent interiors that greeted audiences during…

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Amsterdam Dresses Up

We’d like to share some pictures of Liesbet Bussche’s graduation project at the Rietveld Art Academy in Amsterdam. The Belgian jewelry designer has transformed objects that all belong to the regular inventory of Dutch public space into recognizable pieces of blown-up jewelry. The collection that decorates the streets in Amsterdam consists of a concrete ball…

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Make Art, Not Trash

In their battle for salary increase, the garbage men of the city of Amsterdam decided to strike in May. Their actions led to an entire city full of stinky trash. We were lucky that it wasn’t that warm, otherwise we should have hired some pied piper. In order to make the city a bit more…

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