By a man’s fingernails, by his coat-sleeve, by his boots, by his trouser-knees, by the calluses of his forefinger and thumb, by his expression, by his shirt-cuffs, by his movements – by each of these things a man’s calling is plainly revealed. That all united should fail to enlighten the competent enquirer in any case is almost inconceivable / Sherlock Holmes, 1892.
The aim of this exhibition is — to become aware of ourselves and of the people around us. Not claiming any in-depth analysis, and hoping that you will take a moment to think about it. It seemed amazing to us that we can try to better understand ourselves or others.
A lot of the streets in the suburbs of San Francisco don’t have traffic lights. At night its hard for drivers to see the pedestrians walking. Just a week ago, a jogger was hit by a car for that reason. So we decided to send a message directly to the drivers so that they are cautious when driving. Hopefully, these spots will be recognized by the state to fix this problem.
An amateur photographer with his friends decided to present the people living in China inspired by the Brandon Stanton’s famous Humans of New York.
The project reveals every day stories of strangers met mostly in the city of Shanghai and other important sites within China. Trying to introduce the people of China to the rest of the world.
For the exact stories of the people portrayed below please visit the actual facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/humansofchina
Chinese photographer Gao Rongguo has created a touching series of photographs that juxtaposes pairs of identical twins in China. That catch is that they are all over the age of 50 – we get to compare not only their appearances, but how their lives have remained similar or how they’ve changed.
Share The Word is an art project where people in different slums and low income neighbourhoods around the world. The locls choose words that are then painted on their houses by Seb Toussaint and Spag.
This is the 2nd episode of the project, and it takes place in Nairobi, Kenya.
Although the topic of Street Art is not new to Blogosphere, this magazine is a labor of love. I live adjacent to Wynwood. The last year and 1/2 have been very challenging for me. A walk through Wynwood has been one of the only things that have the power to lift my spirits, literally change my mood. This magazine is a tribute, and a thank you to that art form and the increadibly talented group of Artists.
Philippe Echaroux is a Photographer who decided to give the light Back !
He produced what he calls ” Street Art 2.0 “, a non destructive kind of street art.
Famous football player Zidane, joined Philippe for the launch of this project in Marseille France.
It took one year to create the video and the installations you’ll see ! The hardest part was to learn to to project such a massive amount of light !