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.
Dutch street furniture and playground design company Yalp created the Fono, the world’s first outdoor DJ booth. The grey concrete-like booth can be placed anywhere in the urban realm and can be easily used by anyone who wants to show off his or her mixing skills in public.
During the Beijing Design Week 2013, Amsterdam-based agency Lava turned a scooter into a mobile design agency in order to provide small shops in the Chinese capital’s Dashilan district with fresh tailor-made logos, free of charge.
Dutch artist Giny Vos recently finished her latest light project in Amsterdam. The work called ‘Crystal Palace’ is a magic bulb of light consisting of 256 thin aluminum tubes and 4,096 white light dots. Floating in the air under a dark passageway, this project looks to be a cloud of twinkling stars. In this sense…