public art

konstantin dimopoulos paints ‘blue trees’ to help cities go green

in an effort to emphasize the ephemeral quality of nature, and raise awareness of environmental issues, the egyptian-born, new zealand=based artist is using a non-toxic, non-permanent pigment to paint ‘blue trees’.

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craig & karl turn disused gas station in london into bold + bright venue for pop-up events

‘here after’ pays homage to the region’s ties to british broadcasting history, mimicking the bright and bold hues of a television test card.

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