With the Superpowerless song ‘Wasted My Time’ comes a nice videoclip using the urban environment as a Mario Bros-like game. Enjoy.
This book review contains a little theoretical background on the subject we often write about — flexibility. Inspired by Darwin, we’ve described the ability of cities to adapt to a changing environment as a main goal. But what does flexibility mean in real life? and what is its physical condition? A great book initiated by the…Read more →
The city is filled with an invisible landscape of networks, but now we can see more and more of them. Wow! This is a great new invention that we waited for since so much digital information flows through the air. It is fascinating that a whole economy of information uses an infrastructure that we can’t see….Read more →
How would it be to drive in the Google Street View car? The designers of F.A.T. built a fake Google Street View car and successfully provoked the activistic inhabitants of Berlin while driving around. The critique on Google increases. While Google was considered to be the most sympathetic and innovative company of last decade, currently…Read more →
Swedish artist Michael Johansson (who in general makes the most brilliant series of heavily packed regular objects) created this handy packed city. The so-called ‘Umedalen Skulptur’ is an installation that can be visited in the Galleri Andersson/Sandström in Umeå, Sweden. It reminds Recyclart of good old Tetris, but then played with urban objects. The installation…Read more →