Work by Jilly Ballistic who hijacks advertisings on the New York subway. More at http://globalstreetart.com/jillyballistic
Bloody clever! @b0rdalo_ii in Portugal replaced the side of a bin with clear Perspex then painted a TV. Enough said. More at http://globalstreetart.com/bordalo-ii.
Great placement by Raphael Gabriel Keller from Switzerland. See more at http://globalstreetart.com/raphael-gabriel-keller
A witty intervention by Milan’s Fra.Biancoshock - you can check out more of his work on GSA at http://globalstreetart.com/Fra-Biancoshock!
INFRASTRUCTURE: Stickers being used for bikelane parking shaming
Someone has started an instagram account about stickering cars parked in Toronto’s bikelanes. It seems to be affiliated with local bike courier company SendItCourier (Twitter – @senditcourier ) I hate bikelane parkers as much as everyone else, but is defacing property the way to respond? No. Will update when I know more. View: iparkedinabikelane on Instagram.
The act of lying in public space is often uncommon or (worse still) prohibited. Not in the park of the Museum of Architecture in Wrocław (Poland), where Mikołaj Smoleński has upset ordinary. Within the sixth edition of Archi-box series, he has created Polegiwacz, a temporary architecture designed to lie down and relax.
Photos by Krzystof Smyk _ All rights reserved.
The City of Toronto is taking a stance against litter, by combining the logos from pieces of trash found on the ground to tell off litterers. Harsh, but fair.
Although the Internet has done a lot for the sharing economy, it’s not essential in order for people to share. Most sharing takes place at a local level anyway. So, knowing who has a car or power-drill available in, say, Manitoba isn’t that useful if you live in Connecticut. What you really want to know is who has shareable stuff down the street.