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Dome of Light

“Dome of Light” is a massive glass installation, in fact the largest public art installation all over the world, located at the Taiwan’s Formosa Boulevard underground station. The station, which is the busiest stations along Taiwan’s Kaohsiung Mass Rapid Transit system, gained … Continue reading

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Stunning Swedish (Stockholm’s) Subway

Swedish people are usually considered calm, quiet, well-behaved and their country is an example of almost an ideal society with strict rules which, at the same time, allow a peaceful coexistence of numerous nationalities in one nation. It is also … Continue reading

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Art on Track

This is maybe not a trend, but at least the idea to change the mundane daily commuting into a meeting with art seems to have caught up in some places. Take this, for example: For just one day each year, … Continue reading

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Underground, underwater

This enormous piece of work, actually comprising a number of separate works into one magnificient project, is a part of  Metro Napoli’s Art Stations which has been going on for some time with artists, designers and architects taking part, transforming underground stations one … Continue reading

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swings on trains

I read this motto, or rather an explanation for a project (which I will come back to sometime) which strikes me as true: “Installing swings. Why? Happiness. Swings tug at our most basic emotions and produce simple, unadulterated joy.” It seems … Continue reading

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subway beach

  This advertisement (unfortunately, I can’t find what it was advertizing) changed an ordinary commuter’s day in Seoul, Korea. As somebody put it somewhere: “his kind of stuff adds a dimension of unpredictability and zeal to our daily commute, and … Continue reading

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Underground Guerrilla Signs..

Originally posted on Joe Blogs:
My friend Darren sent me a link to these rather excellent alternative London Underground signs… (click image above for link to original photographers blog) Apparently they’ve been appearing for some time now, but like 99%…

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