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Violations des droits humains, pollution, corruption? Public Eye Awards 2014: votez maintenant! #PEAwards14
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Street art: 35 incredible examples | Street art | Creative Bloq

Street art: 35 incredible examples | Street art | Creative Bloq | GPN | Scoop.it
Street art is evolving into new and exciting areas of creativity. Find out just what the world's leading street artists have come up with lately...

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Matthieu Dufour 's curator insight, November 27, 2013 2:38 AM
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Une bonne compilation d'oeuvres variées...

D'Dline 2020 ✏ 's curator insight, November 27, 2013 3:01 AM

Pour bien démarrer la journée et faire travailler notre créativité !  :)

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Unforgotten Playlist – La mixtape devient Street Art | Ufunk.net

Unforgotten Playlist – La mixtape devient Street Art | Ufunk.net | GPN | Scoop.it
Après son excellent projet "Grandmother Tips" (Grandmother Tips part I / Grandmother Tips part II), l'artiste Chacho Puebla nous présente aujourd'hui son nouv.

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Matthieu Dufour 's curator insight, November 29, 2013 3:50 AM

Original, nostalgique, poétique.

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Berlin Street Art - How Graffiti Has Destoyed A Great German City | Nate Robert - FERMETURE DU TACHELESS SQUAT -

Berlin Street Art - How Graffiti Has Destoyed A Great German City | Nate Robert  - FERMETURE DU TACHELESS SQUAT - | GPN | Scoop.it


I’m rarely negative on Yomadic. Mainly, because I’ve been travelling for five months, three continents, and a big handful of countries – so far.  I’ve gained a big serving of perspective on the world we all live in. Which brings me to Berlin. If there’s one thing I truly can’t be negative about – its Berlin street art. Call it graffiti if you will. I’ll continue to call it street art in this article. I have no preference. Either way, I find it difficult to think of a single example of street art or graffiti that has negatively effected any city, on any country, on Earth. When I say “destroyed”, I mean it. As in “we destroyed that breakfast buffet, that bacon was unbelievable!”. It’s street slang thang. People, it’s time for some perspective. Cities around the world spend a sizeable fortune every day, removing street art and graffiti in the name of cleanliness and beautification. As with most things I disagree with, I can only assume this is due to the wishes of a vocal minority. Most cities have far higher priorities than removing graffiti – which by it’s very nature is temporary. Indeed, in an Ironic twist, London authorities are now spending serious cash to protect some street art from decay, such is the appeal. Copenhagen Denmark, a success story when it comes to urban planning, embraces street art. As does Berlin. Berlin street art is, in a word, prolific. In areas like Friedrichshain – a hip inner city Berlin district – tags, paintings, murals, political statements, fine art, and sculpture cover everything from houses to shop fronts, to trains and historical monuments. Sometimes, cars. And unless there had been an enormous influx of artists in the last few weeks, it’s safe to say nobody is too interested in removing any of the art.


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Ainara Manterola's curator insight, May 6, 2013 3:14 PM

Berlin, el paraíso de los amantes del graffiti.

Lindsey Lindgren's curator insight, July 13, 2014 8:29 PM

This German area is an example of when graffiti is not art, but destructive. The message and purpose for graffiti should be one that is positive and encouraging. The negative messages are not what art is about. I think in some areas of the US there is a similar struggle to make graffiti a medium to present positive messages. Instead there are gangs that use the medium to mark territories.

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Les détournements urbains

Les détournements urbains | GPN | Scoop.it

 Dans la rue, dans votre ville ou sur internet photographiées par les adeptes du détournement urbain, Ils sont partout et en vogue!


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Graffiti, street art, muralisme... Et si on arrêtait de tout mélanger ? - Rue89

Graffiti, street art, muralisme... Et si on arrêtait de tout mélanger ? - Rue89 | GPN | Scoop.it
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Graffiti, street art, muralisme... Et si on arrêtait de tout mélanger ?

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D'Dline 2020 ✏ 's curator insight, November 7, 2013 3:11 AM

Clarifications de C215 !

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Vivre à Niort > L'art au service de l'insertion sociale et professionnelle - Vivre à Niort

Vivre à Niort > L'art au service de l'insertion sociale et professionnelle - Vivre à Niort | GPN | Scoop.it
Vivre à Niort > L'art au service de l'insertion sociale et professionnelle Vivre à Niort La troisième édition du projet culturel "Art et insertion", qui s'est déroulée du 30 septembre au 4 octobre 2013, avait pour thème : écologie et développement...

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The “Nuclear Man” installation by Berlin based Street Art collective Bosso Fataka

The “Nuclear Man” installation by Berlin based Street Art collective Bosso Fataka | GPN | Scoop.it
    Last Saturday we have been walking through the streets of Friedrichshain enjoying the city and it´s street art, when we stumbled over some guys, who have been working with cling foil on a weird looking installation: Bosso Fataka!

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Green8: A 'Vertical Garden City' for Berlin - L'ART ECOLO

Green8:  A 'Vertical Garden City' for Berlin - L'ART ECOLO | GPN | Scoop.it
This conceptual skyscraper for Berlin has a twisted figure-of-eight structure that curves around elevated gardens and greenhouses.

Agnieszka Preibisz and Peter Sandhaus, architects based in Berlin, developed the design to contribute to a new masterplan being put together for the eastern quarter of the city.

Describing the building as a "vertical garden city", the architects have planned a network of gardens and greenhouses that would slot into the two hollows of the figure-of-eight, intended to serve a growing desire among city dwellers for self-sustaining gardening.


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