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Street Artist Brings a Historic Church Back to Life With a Colorful Mural

Street Artist Brings a Historic Church Back to Life With a Colorful Mural | integration and neighborhood | Scoop.it

Atlanta-based artist Hense is known for using a colourful palette when approaching his artwork. He recently turned his sights on a new mural installation in Washington, DC.

The commission entailed painting a large scale mural on the exterior of a historic, run-down church. The result a stunning architecture awash with a kaleidoscope of colour. Using acrylics, spray paints, and other materials, he and his small crew worked together to produce some bold non-representational artwork that will no doubt catch the eye of any passerby...


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Pascale Mousset's comment, September 26, 2013 11:55 AM
Not too much for me !!! I love this flashy painting ;) ThU Malek ;) It s my recreation topic !
Street I Am's comment, September 26, 2013 2:15 PM
It is according to the religion. The New Psychedelic Church of the Risen consciousness would be a good fit. Baptists maybe not.
Norm Miller's curator insight, October 6, 2013 12:06 AM

Nice

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Gratis barnehage – en stor suksess - Troms og Finnmark

Gratis barnehage – en stor suksess - Troms og Finnmark | integration and neighborhood | Scoop.it
Gratis barnehage har vært en overraskende stor suksess i Nesseby kommune.
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I would never choose a place 'cos there's something free. I'd rather pay much for high quality

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America's "greenest street" provides a blueprint for sustainable urban development

America's "greenest street" provides a blueprint for sustainable urban development | integration and neighborhood | Scoop.it

A streetscape that includes natural landscaping, bicycle lanes, wind powered lighting, storm water diversion for irrigation, drought-resistant native plants and innovative “smog-eating” concrete has earned Cermak road in Chicago the title of “greenest Street in America” according to the Chicago Department of Transport (CDOT).

 

Opened in October 2012, the first phase two mile stretch is part of the Blue Island/Cermak Sustainable Streetscape project which was introduced in 2009 with the aim of reducing overall energy usage by 42 percent.


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Suzette Jackson's curator insight, September 10, 2014 6:22 PM

how does your street rate? compare it to the 'greenest street in America?