March 10, 2016
A floating food forest on a 50-foot platform made from shipping containers will dock in New York City waters throughout 2016.
Public Food in Public Space
Swale is a collaborative floating urban food project dedicated to rethinking and challenging New … Read More...
September 18, 2015
What began in 2005 as a local art project designed to call attention to the need for more open urban social spaces, PARK(ing) Day has become an annual global event which now engages local communities in rethinking the way they … Read More...
August 13, 2015
Drivers on the interstate in Massachusetts got some “visual realignment” from the real world as they passed artist Brian Kane’s temporary site-specific public art installation for a few weeks this summer.
Healing Tool, Kane’s digital billboard tableaux, offered commuters a … Read More...
August 28, 2013
The city of Seattle incorporates artists into the planning phases of every public works project, including the (seemingly) unsavory issue of waste disposal. This admirable philosophy often results in surprising collaborations between architects, engineers, and creatives.
At the Brightwater Wastewater … Read More...
August 22, 2013
When an abandoned rusted bicycle had outlived its usefulness as trustworthy transportation, American born and Berlin-based artist, Brad Downey, mounted it on an equally rusty bike rack then transformed it into a working fountain.
With an established a reputation … Read More...
August 20, 2012
Furniture made of metal, dirt, and turf. Photo via Marine Peyre.
Who doesn’t enjoy a bit of folly, in the garden, on the street, or anywhere?
Photo via JP Charbonneau
The Festival des Jardins de Rues de Lyon (Garden Festival … Read More...