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Shh, Don’t Wake These Sleepy Kids!

Nap time has the unfortunate tendency of disappearing once you reach adulthood. French photographer Alice Lemarin captures the childhood privilege of dozing whenever and wherever you want in her Sleeping series.
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Street Art On The Railroad Tracks of Portugal

Throughout the history of street art, train cars and the tunnels they pass through have served as a canvas for street artists to make their mark. In Portugal, artist Artur Bordalo has used a slightly different canvas to put his ...
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OakOak Uses Street Art to Clean Up the City

During the waking hours, the man known as OakOak goes about his 9-5 day, working in a typical office in Saint Etienne, France. But, once the workday is finished, OakOak becomes a creative sniper, scoping out opportunities to shoot paint ...
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Luminothérapie Turns On Montréal’s Night Life

You’ll need sunglasses at night for Montréal’s current Luminothérapie (Light Therapy) public art festival. An annual celebration of art and technology with growing recognition outside of the country, the two public art projects selected this year – Entre les rangs ...
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About Face: Giant Street Portraits By RONE

Street artist RONE’s newest work makes us do a double take. Painted on a five-story building at Nollendorfplatz in Berlin, the piece looks perfect from a distance, yet proves rough and dripping upon closer inspection. One example of the Melbourne-based ...
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Malaysian Street Art That Encourages Interaction

One of the largest cities in Malaysia is Penang, and in the diverse city exists the Georgetown district. Originally a place for Chinese traders and merchants, the unique district is a UNESCO World Heritage site and retains a lot of ...
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Photo Series of Lost Astronauts Discovering Earth

A collaborative photo series of lost astronauts bizarrely navigating earth emerged organically last week in Calgary, Alberta. An organization called Beakerhead had the suit flown in for a week-long event series, and photographers Neil Zeller and Kelly Hofer capitalized on the opportunity to ...