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Reads tagged with “guerrilla”

Blu is Back: The Story of Evolution, Told in Graffiti
Blu is Back: The Story of Evolution, Told in Graffiti

Lo-fi Darwinism, or why art and algorithm don’t hold hands on Buenos Aires sidewalks.

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Robin of Shoreditch: The 100 Brands Project
Robin of Shoreditch: The 100 Brands Project

Robinhooding Subway, or how to make those doing well do good.

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The Corners Project
The Corners Project

Bankers, b-boys, and why diversity and solidarity are not NYC’s strangest bedfellows.

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Play Me, I’m Yours: Reclaiming Public Space
Play Me, I’m Yours: Reclaiming Public Space

What the London Symphony Orchestra has to do with skate parks and the Sydney homeless.

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Neighborhood Design Watch: Cardon Copy
Neighborhood Design Watch: Cardon Copy

What an exotic cat and a stellar cleaning lady have to do with visual aestheticism.

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Bike Culture: A Roundup
Bike Culture: A Roundup

How to slam-dunk rubbish, or what abandoned bikes have to do with the economy of war.

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Graffiti Love Letter: An Ode to the City
Graffiti Love Letter: An Ode to the City

The world’s most beautiful urban commute, or what fifty buildings have to do with a creative homecoming.

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Dan Witz’s <em>Dark Doings</em>
Dan Witz’s Dark Doings

What hookers and tigers have to do with reclaiming your awareness.

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Kidrobot QR Scavenger Hunt
Kidrobot QR Scavenger Hunt

Why vinyl is at the cutting edge of technology, or how to scan your way around Manhattan.

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Street Art: From All Sides & Five Continents
Street Art: From All Sides & Five Continents

The urban anthropology of creativity, or why copyright law is a sad case study in swimming against the cultural current.

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