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Guerrilla Moss Graffiti: 8-Step DIY Guide to Green Wall Art

[ By WebUrbanist in Art & Street Art & Graffiti. ] Seed bombs and shotgun shell sprouts are not the only weapons in a guerrilla war for urban gardens and green street art – moss is a great material that can be rapidly adapted and deployed to make statements on city surfaces as well.

Street Sign Sports: Urban Alterations for Physical Fitness

[ By Steph in Art & Street Art & Graffiti. ] Street signs and lamp posts turn into soccer goals, basketball hoops and mini golf courses with the addition of just a few pieces of plug-in sports equipment.

Future Typing: 15 Creative Keyboard Designs & Concepts

[ By Steph in Gaming & Computing & Technology. ] If your hand has ever molded into a claw from typing on a conventional keyboard for too long, or you’re in the habit of hovering over your workspace with a bowl of noodles, pay attention.

Sewer Pipe Sofa: Rusted NYC Tubes Recycled as Urban Seating

[ By WebUrbanist in Design & Furniture & Decor. ] The latest in a long line of city-centric upcycling projects, this modular couch turns the ultimate in untouchable urban infrastructure into a chic industrial work of furniture.

Posts With The Most: 12 Cool & Creative Traffic Bollards

[ By Steve in Art & Street Art & Graffiti. ] Never mind the bollards? Uh-uh: these traffic stoppers halt wayward vehicles like no traffic cone can.

Paint Me White Again: Tunnel Type Graffiti Taunts Authorities

[ By WebUrbanist in Art & Street Art & Graffiti. ] Well known for stenciling big block-lettered phrases on walls around his native Newscastle, this piece is unusually blunt (as well as hilarious), amounting to a multi-part conversation between the artist and the city.

NO AD Augmented Reality App Replaces Billboards with Art

[ By Steph in Gadgets & Geekery & Technology. ] Subway commuters are inundated with advertisements on virtually every surface they come across along their daily journey, from the stairs leading to each platform to the passenger cars themselves.

Dress Down: Wild Women’s Dresses Made of Trash, Trees & More

[ By WebUrbanist in Art & Sculpture & Craft. ] State of Dress is part fashion, part art and part personal mission, an attempt to capture the essence of all fifty States in the US through a series of site-specific dress designs tailored to each location.

Aerial Urbanism: Hyper-Dense ‘Cloud City’ Redefines Skylines

[ By WebUrbanist in Architecture & Cities & Urbanism. ] A complex spanning in seemingly all directions, this sky-oriented, cloud-shaped, forward-thinking design has just won the Shenzhen Super City Competition in China.

Waltz on the Walls: Dancers Perform Daring Vertical Stunts

[ By Steph in Art & Photography & Video. ] The first-person perspective seen on this video of two dancers vaulting effortlessly off the side of Oakland’s City Hall building might make you a little dizzy.

Park(ing) Day 2014: Citizens Reclaim the Streets for Fun

[ By Steph in Destinations & Sights & Travel. ] On September 19th, 2014, residents of cities around the world rushed into the streets to reclaim what is rightfully theirs, taking urban spaces back for their own enjoyment.

Color-Changing Hammocks: Swing on 20 LED-Lit Circular Chairs

[ By WebUrbanist in Art & Installation & Sound. ] Transforming an outdoor recreational space into an interactive evening wonderland, this series of variously-sized swings (and accompanying activities) encourages playful nighttime interactions.

Rebel Architecture: 6-Part Series on Global Guerilla Urbanism

[ By WebUrbanist in Architecture & Cities & Urbanism. ] In a series of six superb videos, Al Jazeera explores the gritty reality of architects and urban designers as activists in destinations from Vietnam and Nigeria to Pakistan and Brazil.

Phantom Monuments: Haunting Works of Light Graffiti by Sola

[ By Steph in Art & Street Art & Graffiti. ] Swirls and pillars of light hover in fields or against dark urban backdrops like phantom monuments, captured on camera in a way that just can’t be perceived by the human eye.

When Every Inch Counts: 14 More Clever Small Space Hacks

[ By Steph in Design & Furniture & Decor. ] Making a tiny living space comfortable and practical means integrating multi-purpose furniture, custom built-ins and lots of other clever space-saving tricks.

Vandalized Villa Savoye: Imagining a Modernist Icon in Ruins

[ By WebUrbanist in Art & Photography & Video. ] Le Corbusier’s “machine for living in” is one of the most-studied works of Modern architecture, but what would it look like if it ceased to be preserved and was left to be ransacked and ruined?

Big Game Hunting: The World’s 9 Biggest Board Games

[ By Steve in Gaming & Computing & Technology. ] Board games may be old fashioned to some but they’re anything but boring no matter how big a board they’re played on.

Subtracting Art: Subjects Photo-Edited from Famous Paintings

[ By WebUrbanist in Art & Drawing & Digital. ] Anyone who has used Photoshop or similar programs knows these shifting dotted lines suggest a selection has been made and, in this case, something has been deleted.

Low Cost House-in-a-House Made of 2 Shipping Containers

[ By Steph in Architecture & Houses & Residential. ] Two colorful shipping containers set inside a garage-like outer structure form a spacious yet incredibly affordable family home free of the issues that can sometimes come with crate-based architecture, like poor insulation and soundproofing.

Magnetic Furniture: Modular Blocks Connect via Unseen Forces

[ By WebUrbanist in Design & Furniture & Decor. ] Magnetized to stick together when you arrange them, these boxes take LEGO-style furniture construction to a new level by leaving exposed surfaces connector-free in any configuration.