Category Archives: travels

The Fallen: 9000 Figures Hand-Drawn in the Sand for D-Day

Today is an anniversary of D-Day, the greatest landing operation of the Allies in the WW II. I don’t think I need to remind anyone what influence this had on the continuation of the War. I want to mark this … Continue reading

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Upon Reflection

Upon Reflection is a beautiful, very feminine (although only one of the artists is a girl) new mural – a collaboration of Fin DAC and Angelina Christina which is featuring each artist’s distinctive style. The piece can be found at the corner of Winston and Los … Continue reading

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Crocheted Alligator

First, please allow a side note, quite personal one. I am lately involved quite much into bringing to live a urban knitting project where I live. I don’t want to be over enthusiastic, but please keep fingers crossed it goes … Continue reading

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The Painted Village of Zalipie

This time something from this little corner of the world. I hope – equally as interesting and charming as other wonders of the wide world. Zalipie is a village in southeastern Poland, 68 km east of the regional capital Kraków … Continue reading

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Lit Up Pieces of Paper Caught in a Breeze

London designer Paul Cocksedge created a gorgeous installation resembling pieces of paper caught in a breeze for the  in Lyon, France in 2011. Installed in the courtyard of Lyon’s Hotel de Ville (City Hall), the 25-metre-long sculpture, called Bourrasque, was comprised of 200 A3-sized … Continue reading

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Land art rocking a pasture

Round here we feel the first breaths of spring, with tiny fresh green leaves blooming on trees and first flowers of spring sprouting around. And soon enough there will come the time for green, green grass… And for all these … Continue reading

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Zig-zaging city streets

A duo of Swiss artists Sabina Lang and Daniel Baumann, who work together as Lang-Baumann bring unexpected visuals to public spaces. One of their trademark projects are bright painted zig-zag patterns that contrasts with the urban surroundings. The artists have already prepared seven … Continue reading

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The Wall Poems 3

This cycle was a bit lost lately (as I was lost for the blog, for which I apologise…) and it’s high time to go back to Leiden, The Netherlands to visit the world of poetry which is present on every … Continue reading

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Falling Garden

This beautiful and peaceful installation was created by contemporary Swedish artists Gerda Steiner and Jörg Lenzlinger for 50th Biennial of Venice in 2003. In their work the artists design site-specific installations that envelop the viewer—epically and exquisitely. Falling Garden is a world in which botanical … Continue reading

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Rubik’s cube in urban space

We probably all know the Rubik’s cube and I am constantly amazed at how people master the skill of solving this little puzzle in astonishing time. But this is probably the first and also biggest Rubik cube which become a … Continue reading

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