Pal Crew

Graffiti // Wednesday, March 13, 2013
  This rolldown in Paris was properly hooked up by Pal crew. Mosa and Esso painted this framed black and white piece with “Pal” letters, and a strange character

Power Plant Architectural Museum by Atelier Zundel Cristea

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Paris-based firm Atelier Zundel Cristea won a competition to transform the Battersea power station into a museum. The concept behind the project was to make it a 'fun' place that would attract people of all ages and display architectural information in addition to allowing people to explore, experiment and share ideas. Paris-based firm Atelier Zundel Cristea won a competition to transform the Battersea power station into a museum. The concept behind the project was to make it a 'fun' place that would attract people of all ages and display architectural information in addition to allowing people to explore, experiment and share ideas. (via designboom)

As usual, more Horfe...

Graffiti // Wednesday, March 06, 2013
    The square Horfe often uses to paint his graffiti in has a zit on top this time around. His mulit-legged “R” appears to be running up the “F” as well.  

Michel Gondry Hangs Out at His Favorite Video Store

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 06, 2013
  In this video directed by Tiffany Limos, Academy Award-winning French director Michel Gondry shows us around his favorite local video store in Paris: La Butte Video Club. Now living in Brooklyn, Gondry laments the absence of video stores these days and reminisces about watching VHS tapes and making videos with his friends.  

Chalk Painting by Horocue

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 19, 2013
This incredible chalk painting was drawn by Horocue (aka José Horacio Rosales-Cueva) onto the streets of Paris in 2005. The beautiful blended painting was transferred from the photograph in his hand and has yet to be identified. (via colossal)

The Giraffe Childcare Center by Raphaëlle Hondelatte and Mathieu Laporte

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 12, 2013
The Giraffe childcare center in Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris is held up by a Giraffe. The center was designed by Raphaëlle Hondelatte and Mathieu Laporte to enliven public space with the babyish imagination.  

Dripping Building in Paris

Street Art // Friday, January 11, 2013
Back in November, an unknown artist made a dripping mess out of this building in Paris.

Max Snow “The Lady Of Shalott” @ Colette, Paris

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 08, 2013
Max Snow, born in 1984, hails from New York. After numerous shows, both group and solo, he presents his new exhibition The Lady Of Shalott, at colette in Paris. The works are inspired by the poem by Alfred Tennyson. Both the poem and the show serve to raise questions about society and the artist's role, responding to the conflicting commands to create art inspired by the world and also to live in it.

Best of 2012: Designs for Trampoline Bridge in Paris

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 28, 2012
What we wrote on October 20, 2012: Too good to be true was our initial thought when viewing these images. The French architecture firm, Atelier Zündel Cristea, proposed the following design for a trampoline bridge spanning across the Seine River in Paris. Although it seems highly unrealistic for a city to ever approve such a safety hazard of funness, it is a great idea.

The Works of Kim Roselier

Illustration // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Kim Roselier's watercolor illustrations are studies of human interaction, in which tangled masses of characters sometimes try and often fail to relate. In these works, Roselier uses an unwieldy painterly medium to create clean lines and shapes -- an impressive feat. He is based in Paris, France.

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