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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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Kids Castle

This might be the greatest and most awesome playground for children I have ever seen. Or at least one of the coolest ones – for which child does not wish to visit a castle from fairytales, to become a knight … Continue reading

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Madiba the Great

I know Poland does not seem likely a place to be influenced by and – now – struck with the loss of the great Nelson Mandela. And yet, here too we are touched deeply with his passing. I know there … Continue reading

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A Sun of Thread

Eric Rieger aka HOT TEA some time ago completed this massive installation at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts in Minneapolis, USA. Titled Letting Go, the piece uses 84 miles of colored string that forms the artist’s interpretation of the sun. In a statement about … Continue reading

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Street art of Alex Senna at Miami Art Basel

First, a few words of introduction and explanation to those, who have no clue – as I did – what Art Basel is. I also had to do some reading to find out about this massive art fair. This is … Continue reading

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Platanus Bibliotechalis

Most of the times when I find something I consider interesting and worth sharing on the blog I at least try to give a title of the post from myself – not to solely reblog, thoughtlessly copying what someone else … Continue reading

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All the fish of Gehry

Frank Gehry is dubbed the most important architect of our age (Vanity Fair labelled him so) and his incredible works such as the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao or Dancing House in Prague are know to any art/architecture admirers, with his style … Continue reading

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For the love of libraries! 4

Autumn is a good time for reading – and I am a good example of this thesis, frequently visiting two libraries and enjoying some good reads. I decided it’s high time to come back to the series about libraries. And … Continue reading

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Coming back – with a bang

First, I need to apologize and explain the long silence. In fact, a very long one – last time I posted anything I was almost on the plane to Barcelona. The “holiday in Spain” was -as one can expect – … Continue reading

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strawberry (street) jam

This tasty and attractive mural was created by ETAM Cru – a collective who typically paint colorful murals with characters in unique scenes. The duo, made up of Polish (way to go, my compatriots) artists Sainer and Beztm unveliled this sweet lady … Continue reading

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