Irish graffiti artist Maser has covered his clashing patterns all over an abandoned petrol station in Limerick City somewhere in Ireland as part of a transformative urban art project. Maser titled the installation »No.27 – a nod to Ed Ruscha« – after an American pop art artist who published a collection of photographs titled »Twentysix Gasoline Stations«.
Typographic installation by Boa Mistura. Inspired by the poem »Order is« by Louis I. Khan, the piece involves an abstract furniture composition that only makes sense when is observed from one particular point, from where you can read the quote »order is intangible«. Before that Boa Mistura worked on a vibrant community project in Vila Brâsilandia, one of the favelas in São Paulo, Brazil.
Bad can sometimes be so good: BAD GRAFFITI is a current photography series documented throughout Detroit by Scott Hocking.