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Post-It® (short film)

Elroy wants to be left alone, but Clara is too curious about what he carries inside his cardboard box. Post-it® is a registered trademark of 3M. This work is not endorsed or sponsored by 3M. Like me on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MichaelEvans…​Continue reading

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Around the Block: David Zinn’s Quirky Chalk Cartoons Spring to Life in a New Short Film

If you’ve walked the streets of Ann Arbor, Michigan, in the last few decades, you’ve probably spotted the wide-eyed monsters and mischievous dragons of David Zinn (previously). Since 1987, the artist has been drawing chalk-and-charcoal creatures in site-specific works that wash … Continue reading

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THESE WALLS – Mural of Marcus Rashford by AKSE – Lumafilm

Video by Rhys Fagan (@rhysalexandermedia) & Arman Kizir (@the_hench_videographer) (@Lumafilmuk) Documenting the Mural of Marcus Rashford in Withington Manchester by the street artist @Akse_P19 Marcus Rashford is petitioning to extend free school meals quoting ‘no child should be going hungry’ … Continue reading

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Serendipitous Moments That Go Unnoticed on City Sidewalks | My Modern Met

There are magical, unplanned moments all around us. We just have to pay attention. Photographer Edas Wong has a knack for capturing the subtle—and accidental—harmonies that happen in the world. Armed with a camera, he keeps his eyes peeled and … Continue reading

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The Untold Truth Of Banksy

Banksy’s works and very existence continue to entice, entertain, provoke, and baffle audiences all over the world. But who is he? And where did he come from? Here’s a look at the untold truth of Banksy. Even global art icons … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Late Tamara Djurovic, AKA Hyuro, and Her Sincere, Monumental Murals

Argentinian artist Tamara Djurovic, who worked under the name Hyuro, died Thursday at her home in Valencia. Known for imbuing her works with sincerity, the artist utilized her large-scale pieces to capture the complexity of human emotion. Her style was … Continue reading

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The Moko Jumbies of China

It was an opportunity that couldn’t be ignored, being in Beijing with a Caribbean Carnival group who go by the name Elimu Mas Band. Led by the legendary Ansel Wong, who is pioneer to the industry and who has been … Continue reading

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les jolies portes de CABRIS | Painted doors, Cool doors, Beautiful doors

Oct 15, 2011 – Explore Chris¨^-^’s photos on Flickr. Chris¨^-^ has uploaded 8917 photos to Flickr. Source: les jolies portes de CABRIS | Painted doors, Cool doors, Beautiful doors

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Strength: Pejac Honors Spain’s Health Workers with a Moving Trio of Interventions

“Overcoming.” All images © Pejac On the campus of University Hospital Marqués de Valdecilla in Santander, Spain, a trio of interventions by street artist Pejac (previously) simultaneously responds to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and offers potential paths for healing. The new … Continue reading

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An Intricate Lace Mural Envelops the Facade of a French Fashion Museum

On France’s northern shores lies the port city of Calais, a municipality that once was a destination for lace manufacturers. To escape economic and social difficulties, English textile artists and engineers immigrated in the late 19th Century, often establishing clandestine operations … Continue reading

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