Tasha Lewis is a talented guerilla artist or street artist who’s spent the last month working on her most recent project, “The Butterfly Swarm.” Basically, she’s been traveling the country to install hundreds of ephemeral butterflies onto metal objects in public urban spaces. Her work has been spotted throughout various cities of her home state of Indiana, as well as Chicago and throughout cities of Pennsylvania. Continue reading
“In a 200-square-meter vacuum-cleaner factory in Berlin’s Neukölln district, the creators of Hütten Palast have created a ‘playground’ of caravans and wooden huts, arranged haphazardly indoors to reconstruct what Germans call Schrebergartenglück, a term that can only be wordily translated as “the joy of spending some time in a small garden plot in the middle of many other small garden plots.” For a small fee, visitors can navigate a colorful campground and sample Berlin’s spirited countercultures, manifested in ad-hoc architectures and a community of cafes serving local fare. In essence, take the charm of an illegal Bushwick loft, eliminate glaring concerns about hygiene, and add an international community yearning for genuine encounters.” — Architizer Blog
It’s like camping indoors!!! Cute and novel idea, but more privacy would be needed for me to actually stay here…
For more information on the hotel and to see more gallery pics, check out their site here.
“3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage…”
Rick Mereki, Tim White and Andrew Lees are the genius behind these three films… along with STA Travel Australia, who commissioned the entire project. The films were so successful, they generated over a million views in just two days. So, it’s probably safe to say STA is happy they ponied up the money for that kind of exposure.
He’s well traveled and has honed his skills as an experienced photographer. Impressive is an understatement for what he’s able to capture in the moment, and his body of work is nothing short of astounding. Okay, maybe a small introduction is necessary… Michael Muller everyone. Grab a tissue – you’re gonna need it to wipe up the drool.