Who should be responsible for the city’s lay-out? The ones who pay for it, or the ones with the creativity and capacity to make it look good? Well, a good argument is shown in a great adbusting project by Jason Epping and the Graffiti Research Lab.
Strasbourg-based street artist Florian Rivière is back with a new, neat urban intervention! Last weekend, Rivière installed a little library on a sidewalk near Gare du Nord in Paris.Read more →
Some time ago a new pop-up store concept opened doors in North Amsterdam. The little shop called Mama Louise is a so-called ‘Wisselwinkel’, or ‘Shift Shop’, which means that the shop owner and the shop type change every six months.Read more →
BlockChalk is a new locative media tool made by former Delicious people Stephen Hood and Dave Baggeroer. BlockChalk is available for different smartphones and meant, according to its makers, to be “the voice of your neighborhood”. BlockChalk essentially enables us to correspond with strangers that are close-by. The GPS-based app enables users to leave notes,…Read more →
Hi fellow Flying Dutchman, good news for us here. A new wheel makes it possible to lock your bike with your iPhone. The Copenhagen Wheel is considered to be one of the most interesting cycling innovations since the invention of the wheel itself. “The Copenhagen wheel transforms ordinary bicycles quickly into hybrid e-bikes that also…Read more →