Compact, efficient and optionally mobile, micro-dwellings have been around for some time. As the the “less is more” lifestyle is gaining momentum, they are making bigger waves nowadays and it’s exciting to see people actually build their own, like this replica of a 50-year-old design constructed by Glasgow School of Art student Alex Farmer, who based it on architect Ken Issac’s original 8-foot Microhouse concept from the 1960s.
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This project has everything we love about street art. It’s engaging, original, spontaneous, and here’s the difference…the call to action is immediate : taking back the streets for play.
What kind of misery and chaos have the miniature people gotten themselves into? San Diego-based artist Enomeks has that answer. He’s come upon four different yet very dramatic scenes.
Lichtfaktor’s Light Graffiti is a long-time favorite of TheCoolist, having been featured on these very pages in the past. Lichtfaktor‘s work is unparalleled in the world of light graffiti, where urban environments meet a form of light-based architecture that merge into amazing imagery.
Depthfinder explores the mysteries of the deep ocean realm where plankton, crustaceans, sponges and barnacles populate the dark sea floor, catching bits of reflected light.
Street Art is any type of artwork which make in public places aka ‘in the streets’ urban art. Perhaps not government sponsored, But it is good for inspiration of peoples and peoples really love these street artwork some of peoples like to take a picture with artwork.