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Urban Basketball Court Decorated with Mural

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Belgian mural artist Katrien Vanderlinden transformed a basketball court into geometric eye-catching work of art. She teamed up with the Youth Department of the Council of Aalst and tackled to reinvent an existing urban element located between a grammar school and relief center for minor refugees. The artist described the projectContinue Reading

October 15, 2017
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Miyazaki Art Show by New York City Gallery, Spoke Art

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New York City gallery, Spoke Art, presented the art-work show dedicated to the legendary Japanese animator, Hayao Miyazaki on September 29. The exhibition featured art pieces inspired by Miyakazi’s cult Studio Ghibli films such as Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro, Howl’s Moving Castle and so on. Spoke ArtContinue Reading

October 9, 2017
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Japanese Flower Artist Composes and Decomposes Flowers at Rio de Janeiro

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Japanese Floral Artist Azuma Makoto presented his contemplation of life and death with two colorful masterpieces. The two experiments on decomposition are found at the Oi Futuro museum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The first of the two installations, entitled “Gaibu-outside,” is formed from a cut flower garden on theContinue Reading

October 4, 2017
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NY Art Book Fair 2017

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If you are fed up with digital books or common best-seller books, the NY Art Book Fair is the right place for you to find that hidden gem. This past weekend, Printed Matter hosted the NY Art Book Fair, the world’s premier event for artists’ books, catalogs, and zines. ThisContinue Reading

September 26, 2017
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“365 FLOWERS” Animation for Brewing Company’s Campaign

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The Japanese brewing company Kirin collaborated with French illustrator Paul Cox, releasing a new web advertising campaign. This campaign is an animation of characters wearing costumes representing the 365 days of the year and their birth flowers. The concept is the animated dictionary of flowers that represent each day ofContinue Reading

September 19, 2017
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Japanese Traditional Confection × Scandinavian Design

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The Japanese gallery and cafe, MUSTAKIVI, collaborated with old Japanese confectionery, Nakano Hompo. Together, they released a pretty amazing makeover of the traditional Japanese confection, Yokan. This makeover a twist of Scandinavian graphic design. Fujiwo Ishimoto, a Helsinki-based Japanese textile and ceramic artist, who also used to work at Marimekko, combined the traditional JapaneseContinue Reading

September 12, 2017
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French Artist JR Showcases Provoking Artwork

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French artist JR, known for his stunning installations in Rio De Janeiro and large-scale paintings in New York, created his latest thought-provoking artwork in Tecate, Mexico. This art piece lies between the United States and Mexico border town, depicting a young Mexican boy named Kikito. As you may know, this pieceContinue Reading

September 9, 2017
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Burning Man 2017

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Have you ever heard of Burning Man? Burning Man is an annual event, described as an experiment in community and art, influenced by ten main principles: “radical” inclusion, self-reliance, and self-expression, as well as community cooperation, civic responsibility, gifting, decommodification, participation, immediacy, and leaving no trace.  Artists, musicians, performers, dancers, andContinue Reading

September 7, 2017
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Famous Japanese Comic Book Poster for Each of Tokyo Metro’s 171 Stations

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In Japan, every kid must grow up with their own favorite manga (comics) magazine. We Japanese can’t live without manga. No manga, no life. Shonen Jump, the magazine which is a weekly manga anthology published in Japan, turns 50 this year, and they’re celebrating by giving Tokyo commuters something toContinue Reading

September 3, 2017
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The Stop-Motion Animation of the Rush Hour in Tokyo “1/100 TRAIN Station”

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If you are planning to travel to Tokyo, I would advise you to avoid using train early in morning around 8am. The commuter rush was terrible. Crowds of people living around Tokyo commute there simultaneously and the train is packed. You might miss the train like I did, simply because theContinue Reading

August 30, 2017
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Luxury Skateboard by Hermès

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If you ride a skateboard and on the lookout for a different board from other skater kids, here is an option for you. French luxury brand Hermès has announced the launch of a new line skateboards and longboards. The skate decks are made of light beech wood with a nobleContinue Reading

August 24, 2017
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The Pictographic Music Posters by Victor Hertz

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What kind of music poster do you have? Do you have a photographic one, illustration one, or a typographic one? Swedish graphic designer Victor Hertz has created pictogram music posters since 2011. He chose songs from various artists and genres representing them in a graphic form, including “Self Control” byContinue Reading

August 18, 2017
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Wearable Tattoo?

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Japanese research groups from the University of Tokyo’s Graduate School of Engineering have created a wearable sensor, which looks like tattoo and stays on the skin for up to one week. This is basically for the medical field, also in sports to monitor a patient’s vital signs without discomfort, and athlete’sContinue Reading

August 15, 2017
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Banksy’s Art-Filled Hotel on Israel

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If you are still looking for a destination for your summer vacation, how about Israel? British guerrilla artist Banksy, who is known for his politically charged works, opened art-filled Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem, five meters from the wall that separates Israel from the Palestinian West Bank, a few monthsContinue Reading

August 7, 2017
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National Geographic, Travel Photographer of the Year 2017

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National Geographic has announced the winners of its acclaimed Travel Photographer of the Year 2017 competition. The winner of grand prize is Mexican photographer Sergio Tapiro Velasco whose photo named The Power of Nature features an erupting volcano with a perfectly-timed lightning strike. A panel of judges said there wereContinue Reading

August 4, 2017
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Graphic Design Meets VR / AR / MR

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In recent years, we saw that virtual reality (VR) was used for everything imaginable, such as for entertainment, gaming, education, and so on. Someone might enjoy a favorite movie with a head-mounted display as if they were having a dinner with a beautiful actress or someone might explore a spooky cave withContinue Reading

July 27, 2017
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