= skateboarding when you're thirteen....(and beyond)!
Nice little composition right?
#Dsldays by @danielchafer

Take care of yourself!

wow this image is powerful!
Photographer: TJ Drysdale Photography
Model: Alex Bouchard
Lighting Assistant: Scott Thompson


oh yes!
Klaas Burger will tell you about his trials and tribulations as Artist in Residence (AiR). How does doing a Residency Program fit your artistic career? How to get in? Burger loves being AiR: it's a perfect room for focus, reflection and experiment.

Cardboard & Art = Nina Lindgren

I was telling this to one of my best friends the other day: sometimes you come across a piece of art and you *instantly* become jealous because you haven't come up with it yourself. Well, this is one of those examples for me!
"Stockholm-based illustrator, printmaker, and artist Nina Lindgren was been working with cardboard to build a series of stacked geometric cityscapes that look like small architectural islands. The works are assembled like puzzles from carefully cut cardboard panels with internal lights for some of the houses. Her most recent piece, “Floating City” was recently on view at ArtRebels Gallery. You can see more over on her website. (via Hi-Fructose)"

Kaleidoscopic Temple

The colours and shapes....!!
Whoah - check out this kaleidoscopic Temple of Agape that just popped up in London!

London Police

Super right?
Check out this great new TLP piece in Amsterdam.
Photo by: Nicole Blommers.

Made in Brooklyn!

Look at these....they're well as the story behind them!
Two 9 year-old best friends in Brooklyn are making these beautiful handmade necklaces with a mission to change the world

Chalk Art

It exists!
Amazing and beautiful huh?
Parisian chalk artist, Philippe Baudelocque


Una lunga photogallery, oltre 40 immagini, realizzata dai ragazzi di Blind eye factory, sul festival di street art francese Bien Urbain, dove presenziavano tra i tanti il nostro Iacurci e Tellas

Waiting for the bus!

Haha look at those kids play. Wonderful idea! These collaborations are awesome within city promotion projects!
"Residents of a neighborhood in Baltimore now have the most obvious place to wait for a bus ever designed. The ingenious stop is comprised of three 14′ typographic sculptures that literally spell out the word “BUS” while functioning as benches and a novel leisure space. The bus stop was unveiled last month by artist collective mmmm…, a creative collaboration between Emilio Alarcón, Alberto Alarcón, Ciro Márquez, and Eva Salmerón, who have been designing public spaces in Madrid since 1998. This is their second project in the United States. Via the collective’s website:
BUS is made with wood and steel, materials that are typically used to build urban furniture. The three letters of BUS are big enough to accommodate two to four people each and protect them from rain, sun, wind, and inclement weather. They allow people to assume different postures of sitting or standing while waiting for the bus. The S allows people to lie back while they wait, and the B provides shelter.
The BUS project was developed in conjunction with SPAIN arts & culture, Creative Alliance, and is part of TRANSIT, a creative placemaking initiative between Europe and Baltimore. You can see much more, here. (via Escape Kit)"

Miniature "Boxes"

Juxtapoz Mag just posted these amazing pictures....these miniature worlds are created by a French artist....makes me smile!
"French artist Marc Giai-Miniet constructs his intricate 'Boxes,' placing small characters and grim scenes inside the empty spaces where unknown events have taken place. The miniature libraries, fictional attics, laboratories, storage rooms and interrogation cells are filled mostly with books and unknown experiments." Source: