Street Art // Friday, December 23, 2011
In 1957, the House of the future opened at Disneyland, constructed completely out of plastic. This was a walk-through attraction that provided a glimpse of how future living may be. There were no traditional furniture styles or natural materials in the House of the Future. Everything was ultra-modern and entirely synthetic. It was torn down in 1967 and rumor has it that the wrecking ball just bounced off the exterior!
Street Art // Thursday, December 22, 2011
The Brazilian collective known as, “Famiglia” has collaborated with Bombe to create four limited edition porcelain spray cans. Each uniquely different, platinum plated, and in editions of 60. The four artists involved are Herbert Baglione, Acruz Sesper, Felipe Yung, and Thais Beltrame.
Street Art // Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Constructed from ceramic tiles, timber, powder-coated steel, fritted glass and composite panels, with multiple brightly colored and patterned panels, Avondale Heights Library & Learning Centre is a refreshing take on architectural design. This community building is located in Melbourne, Australia and was designed by H20 Architects.
Street Art // Monday, December 19, 2011
Here is the newest installment from the series, Here Comes the Neighborhood focusing on the public art project known as the Arts District of Wynwood Miami. This episode focuses on photographer Martha Cooper, her role in the project, and her point of views on public art.