Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Street Art // Saturday, November 05, 2011
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art was recently completed by Cambridge-based practice Preston Scott Cohen.  The building consists of five stacked levels, three above ground and two below, all unified with an 87 foot atrium.

Magnificent Innovations for Women

Street Art // Wednesday, November 02, 2011
Last year an exhibition was held in Budapest that honored and epitomized women in the twentieth century. The show was titled The Magnificent Innovations for Women. Included in the show were large sculptures of a blow-dryer, lipstick, an iron, pantyhose, and more.

Artist Retreat in Fiskars, Finland

Street Art // Wednesday, November 02, 2011
New York-based firm, 0 to 1 Architects recently completed this “artist Retreat” located in Fiskars, Finland. Designed to be located on the property of a Finnish Fine Artist, this house is a live-work space for a guest artist. The sectional shape is a quarter of an octagon.

Blu for Avant-Garde Urbano, Tudela, Spain

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 02, 2011
We have even more newfound respect for Italian artist, Blu, after seeing numerous murals throughout Europe last month. One of the newer murals that he posted on his blog was for the Avant-Garde Urbano Festival in Tudela, Spain. The use of scale and details of the smaller heads give the piece a lot of movement.

Pumpkin Palace

Street Art // Monday, October 31, 2011
Every year in West Virginia, 300 pumpkins are carved and lit making this house the biggest fire hazard ever!

Sugamo Shinkin Bank

Street Art // Sunday, October 30, 2011
Tokyo based Credit Union, Sugamo Shinkin Ban strives to provide first-rate hospitality and engaging architecture to its customers. Twelve colored layers adding a unique look to this bank.

The Patient Gardener

Street Art // Saturday, October 29, 2011
Some assistance in bending, twisting, pruning and grafting a group of growing trees for 60 years could make this possible.

Eating A Biscuit Together in South Korea

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 28, 2011
Located in front of the Bukcheon Museum in Seoul, South Korea, “Eating A Biscuit Together” is a unique bench designed by sculpture Ku Bom Ju.  

Eating A Biscuit Together

Street Art // Thursday, October 27, 2011
Located in front of the Bukcheon Museum in Seoul, Korea, “Eating A Biscuit Together” is a unique bench designed by sculpture Ku Bom Ju.

Sequin Spillovers

Street Art // Friday, October 21, 2011
Using Sequins, plastic, and plywood New York-based artist, Thersa Himmer creates shiny, pixilated installations dripping from the top of buildings.  

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