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Aside from typical advertising, many brands look to associate themselves with the biggest, the brightest, and the coolest
Many on the outside still hold misconceptions about Detroit, but just like Rebel Nell and the women who make our work possible, our city is resilient, it is determined and it is tenacious.
Street art is the new fine art and can be found everywhere. Initially a method of expressing social commentary or political protest, modern day street art stays true to it's origins in some ways whilst branching out into others.
"We've learned that there is a much longer road to travel on the way to LGBT acceptance."
Sean Yoro, the New York-based artist known as Hula, has created a series of such haunting portraits using oil paint and similarly
In cities like New York City, some street art has a much bigger purpose than the murals and graffiti art coloring cracked sidewalks and plastering the sides of old buildings and subway walls. Check out our finds.
WK Interact in The Lower East Side, Manhattan. (photo © Jaime Rojo) Staino in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. (photo © Jaime Rojo
From Julie Taymor quitting Spider-Man to Charlie Sheen's consumption of tiger blood, from the best painting exhibitions to
The Paris Metro and the service it provides are deeply intertwined into the fabric of the city. As the 4.5 million Parisians