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Fluffy Spray-Cans, a Tube Tent, a Subvertising Project & Rail Bikes

During the last days and weeks, I discovered some great beauty within the urban art world. So as not to let this stuck in my bookmark-archive, I thought in agin would be time for some Urban Art Link-Tips…

  • For hardcore graffiti addicts the Soft-Can, a fluffy designer spray-can toy, couch pillow, decoration toy or living room accessory was developed! 100% handmade, heigth 30 cm, with 3 metal balls inside for real can feeling…
  • Looks like graffiti artist Kenor had a pretty nice Italian tour. Check out his beautiful train-paintings!
  • Measuring an Artist’s Klout – Artists and brands now get ranked. Check out the Urban Art Core Klout, it’s still growing!
  • This dope London underground tube tent is not just a great gift for train lovers, but also a must to have for the next festival season!
  • The 50 greatest street artists right now were ranked by RJ, the head behind the great Vandalog-Blog. Go and check them out!
  • Watch some of Detroit’s abandoned buildings from the air…
  • Momo Miyazai and Andrew Spitz at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design developed and installed devices that help tourists pronounce street names in the right way!
  • With Brandalism, a great collaborative subvertising project took place in London. Check out this mass-takeover of British billboards!
  • Marco Wenegger developed an interesting GPS graffiti path system – maybe someone else could explain it in more detail?
  • The guys from WAV (We Are Visual) just came up with their Bahnradbahnrad, or Rail Bike.
  • And last but not least, VNA presented Anthony Lister in his Brisbane studio (watch above)!
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Urban Art Core is your independent, international source for street art, graffiti and urbanism from around the world, mainly focused on stories, news and actions taking place in urban environments.

It spreads the urban Berlin voice loud and clear to metropolises far and wide and celebrates the urban arts, urban exploration movement and guerilla art interventions with news about artists, trends and exhibitions, since 2009.

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