Kid Zoom Childhood Home

Street Art // Thursday, November 10, 2011
Kid Zoom built a full-scale replica of his childhood home based on early adolescent memories. The home was built inside Cockatoo Island’s prestigious Turbine Hall in Sydney.  A video accompanies the exhibit showing Zoom blowing up and smashing three Australian cars.

Introspective Dreams

Street Art // Thursday, November 10, 2011
Here is another new wall from Buenos Aires-based collective, Triangulo Dorado who has been busy in the streets lately.

Chernobyl Tourism

Street Art // Wednesday, November 09, 2011
We like this futuristic proposed design intended to become the framework for development of Chernobyl’s exclusion zone.  Developers are hoping to draw attention by transforming it into a tourist destination.

Phlegm in Basel, Switzerland

Street Art // Wednesday, November 09, 2011
Phlegm made his way over to Switzerland to lend a helping hand carrying these houses on heavy rope.

State Of Blind

Street Art // Wednesday, November 09, 2011
  Excellent new painting from German-based art collective, Low Bros.  Acrylic and spraypaint on wood.  Eyeball Eggs!  

Nosbe Faces

Street Art // Wednesday, November 09, 2011
Get lost in the many face-eating expressions of Paris-based street artist, Nosbe

"Thinker Of This" Opening Photos at Brooklynite

Street Art // Tuesday, November 08, 2011
Opening over the weekend at Brooklynite Gallery, Thinker of This showcased a variety of work from two traveling artists Other and Stinkfish.  Not yet having the opportunity to visit Broolynite, it appears to have a well-lit backyard wall where the artists painted and wheatpasted site-specific installations.  The show runs until November 26, 2011 if you find yourself in Brooklyn.  

I Do it

Street Art // Tuesday, November 08, 2011
I do it, you do it, , they do it, don’t be an idiot.

Outlined in Gold

Street Art // Tuesday, November 08, 2011
The three artists that work under the name, Triangulo Dorado recently painted the following wall in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The Greenhouse and Cabinet of Future Fossils

Street Art // Monday, November 07, 2011
Jenny Sabin is the Assistant Professor in the College of Architecture, Art & Planning at Cornell University and recently created this multi-purpose greenhouse at the American Philosophical Society’s garden. Constructed of recycled and recyclable materials, this greenhouse also contains cabinets displaying digitally produced ceramic art objects that are inspired by forms in nature.

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