• Disused Station Building Turned Urban Art Canvas

    Disused Station Building Turned Urban Art Canvas

    Many suburban branch lines in the UK that survived the Beeching Cuts ultimately lost their stations due to declining passenger traffic. Montpelier Station in Bristol remains open, with a station building turned urban art canvas.

     
  • Corgi Toy Cars Transformed into Mini Scrap Yard

    Corgi Toy Cars Transformed into Mini Scrap Yard

    Corgi Toys came into being in 1956, meaning those born in the UK during the second half of the 20th century have probably come across them at some point. Here’s a creative example of what to do with your old Minis!

     
  • Vintage Mini Transformed into Urban Street Art

    Vintage Mini Transformed into Urban Street Art

    As explored in this article showcasing its amazing space-saving design, the Mini, designed by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) in 1959, was a revolution of family-focused manufacturing and, as this sculpture shows, makes for a great urban art installation!

     
  • Sprite vs Coca-Cola – in Street Art

    Sprite vs Coca-Cola – in Street Art

    Featuring Sprite and Coca-Cola cans illustrated on pavements and wasteland respectively, these two examples of urban street art deliver very different messages, from 3D fun to social commentary. Keep reading to find out more about 3D Joe and Max, and Icy and Sot.

     
  • Raymond Loewy: The Father of Industrial Design

    Raymond Loewy: The Father of Industrial Design

    November 5 (aka Guy Fawkes Night/Bonfire Night) this year marked the 120th birthday of legendary French-born American industrial designer Raymond Loewy. Here we take a look at a small but eclectic mix of his work.

     
  • Aer Lingus Puts a Creepy Halloween Twist on its NYC Service

    Aer Lingus Puts a Creepy Halloween Twist on its NYC Service

    Ireland’s national flag carrier Aer Lingus posted this wonderfully eerie Halloween graphic on its Facebook page today, showcasing one of its airliners making a low pass over New York harbour with the shadow of a giant bat beneath the jet.

     
  • Full Scale X-Wing – the Ultimate Garden Accessory

    Full Scale X-Wing – the Ultimate Garden Accessory

    The original full scale X-Wing fighter movie props from Star Wars trilogy A New Hope, Empire Strikes Back and The Return of the Jedi were (from what we understand) destroyed decades ago, but some pretty cool promotional replicas remain to be found, not to mention this model in a suburban garden.

     
  • T-Guardians: The Mysterious Time Guards are Back

    T-Guardians: The Mysterious Time Guards are Back

    Remember Manfred Kielnhofer’s mysterious Time Guards? Well the mystical sculptures are back as part of a new art installation called T-Guardian, and have just appeared and disappeared throughout Venice before travelling to other cities. Find out more.

     
 


 
 
 

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