Dots per Inch
Retro style ‘dots per inch’ poster, designed by Nilson.
made from recycled car parts by Miina Äkkijyrkkä
A MUCH better alternative to cars rusting away in junkyards.
Holy Schnikes! of the Day: Artist Giuseppe Penone removes the growth rings on trees to reveal what they looked like in their youth.
No big deal.
This is why art is the best.
Changes. [via newyorker-camping-out]
I really do love this quote.
And to think that two walls and a big, white box can make for such a dynamic composition…
“Try to understand that as a single urbanist you are not going to be able to do much of anything. Go into the city and find partnerships with people from different backgrounds. As an activist, stop waiting for permission. Stop entering competitions. Start to actually address the things you think are critical, because those spaces in the city are those that no one has competitions on. These are the spaces where we should be right now, and this is the perfect generation to ask these questions.” - Miguel Robles-Duran, Director of the MS Design and Urban Ecologies, from Parsons The New School for Design in interview in This Big City main website
photo credit: unknown, street art by Banksy