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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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Ice cave of Kamchatka

This surreal-looking ice cave is located on the Kamchatka Peninsula of Russia. The almost kilometer long tunnel was formed by a hot water spring flowing beneath the glacial ice fields on the flanks of the nearby Mutnovsky volcano. Because glaciers … Continue reading

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Fast Track in a Russian forest

As part of the 2012 Archstoyanie festival in Nikola-Lenivets, Russia design company Salto created this gargantuan trampoline installation called Fast Track. Measuring nearly 51 meters the bouncy road is nearly the length of a city block. According to the designers: “Fast track” is a integral … Continue reading

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Ghost places

Some very long time ago, when I thought that this blog will be entirely a hidden diary that nobody would find and care to read, I wrote a note about ghost towns. At that time it was entirely in Polish … Continue reading

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Life in the window

How to cover a very ugly powerstation in front of a popular club? Well, you can commission to create an entirely different world up there. At least this is what was done by Concrete Jungle team for a club in … Continue reading

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“Yabloko” at Moscow Design Week

This is a very fresh development, and actually if by sheer chance you are going to visit Moscow within the following week you will be able to see it yourself. Moscow Design Week takes place between October 9-14th and will … Continue reading

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