The Marginalian
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Reads tagged with “street art”

Blu is Back: The Story of Evolution, Told in Graffiti
Blu is Back: The Story of Evolution, Told in Graffiti

Lo-fi Darwinism, or why art and algorithm don’t hold hands on Buenos Aires sidewalks.

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Dan Witz’s <em>Dark Doings</em>
Dan Witz’s Dark Doings

What hookers and tigers have to do with reclaiming your awareness.

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The Art of Identity
The Art of Identity

What bathroom signage has to do with aviator masks and our shared existential journey.

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(P)hilly PARK(ing)
(P)hilly PARK(ing)

You heard it here first. And now you hear it here second.

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Reclaiming Urban Landscape | Part 4
Reclaiming Urban Landscape | Part 4

This week, we’re looking at ideas that claim our urban space back from the gruesome grip of commercialization, concrete and the general ugly of the city, or what grannies and Major League Baseball have in common.

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