LTDSTATE LOVES…REAL LIFE INSTAGRAM

Real Life Instagram,” is a project by artist Bruno Ribeiro in which he created paper frames designed to mimic Instagram’s photo display interface and posted them in public places…

Its one of those things you just think. Fuck, i wish I’d thought of that.

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SPIN X LCF XMAS 2013

Bikes, Christmas and Coffee! Spin and The London Coffee Festival Combine for Launch Christmas Shopping Event!

London, 17 October 2013: Collaborating for the first time, the team behind Spin LDN – The Urban Cycle Show – and The London Coffee Festival are proud to announce new Christmas shopping event „Spin x LCF Xmas?.

The event, taking place at The Yard, Shoreditch on 29 November – 1 December, will showcase some of the most progressive, forward thinking international brands and smaller independent makers from across both the coffee and bike worlds.

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‘LIMITLESS’ MIXES EDM AND GRAFFITI INTO FIVE MINUTES OF MAGIC


What do you get when you mix electronic dance music and graffiti? Magic. That’s the result of a collaboration between Australian videographer Selina Miles, DJ Butcher, and graffiti artist Sofles. “Limitless” provides fives minutes of wall painting set to some intense EDM and inspiring works of art. Designed as a follow up to “Infinite” from earlier this year, it combines a time-lapse that takes you through an abandoned warehouse with a wild and visually arresting twist on the street art that covers many city walls. Stick with it for the full five minutes, though, as this is nothing like watching paint dry.

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MATCHSTICK MEN BY WOLFGANG STILLER

German artist Wolfgang Stiller created an installation of giant matchsticks featuring charred faces sculpted on to the end. Using pieces of lumber and head molds, the artist fabricated the pieces to seem as though the faces emerged after the match was struck and burned-out.

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WINDOWS OF LIGHT

This couple quite their jobs to collect glass windows to build a retreat. So much natural light in this self built home with some stunning views.

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POETRY MEETS ART: SCROOBIUS PIP

Scroobius Pip is a leading light of the UK’s spoken word scene. In this film he performs a new poem written in response to Jake and Dinos Chapman’s artwork The Chapman Family Collection.

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SOUTHBANK SKATEPARK: A DECADE OF PHOTOS


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Andy Simmons has been photographing Southbank since the late 90s. Sadly, his exhibition of those photos finished this weekend, but given the news that the park has been saved, I decided to get in touch with Andy and ask him some questions.

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ED BANGER X GIRL SKATEBOARDS

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Ed Banger and 20 years of Girl Skateboards, they’ve unveiled a limited edition collection of skate decks.

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OUR EXQUISITE CORPSE – BEADED SKULLS

Our exQuisite Corpse teamed up with the Huichol people of Western Mexico to create these beaded skulls.

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SOUTHBANK PAINT ATTACK

Renowned street artist and 80?s Southbank skateboarder D*face teamed up with the Long Live Southbank lads for a collaborative visual art piece at the Undercroft.


Using his bespoke spray can skateboard apparatus, Palace Skateboards pro Chewy Cannon and a collection of locals painted the floor, leaving trails behind them as they cruised and carved the hallowed banks and flatland of the Southbank Undercroft.

Check the clip below now to see Chewy and D*Face in action, with some words from D*Face on his history in art, the 1988 Smell of Death jam and the significance of Southbank.

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Video dropping Thursday….


YOU ARE WHAT YOU RIDE

“You Are What You Ride” is a minimalist poster series by French illustrator Thomas Pomarelle and interactive designer Romain Bourdieux of Cyclemon…

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