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  The Belgian photographer Jan Kempenaers conducted in the former Yugoslavia a series of photographs of monuments, relics of the communist era. In the landscape, sculpture abandoned the volumetrics amazing.

  Since 1977, the Japanese artist Tadashi Kawamata multiplies the sculptures in situ. Among his works some strange tree houses in the heart of our cities.

Armed with only a cloth, the Brazilian graffiti artist Alexandre Orion Tagge by cleaning the walls blackened by pollution from a road tunnel in Sao Paulo.

Near Sinclair, in the province of Manitoba, the Canadian artist Heather Benning took possession of an abandoned farm to transform it into giant doll house.

For the opening of its latest store in Chile, the Italian brand flirts with guerilla marketing and street art dressing the trees surrounding streets woolen acid colors.

In the heart of an abbey, the Dutch artist invests the space of the staircase to erect an unexpected architecture. An installation produced on the occasion of the "Tour and detour" exhibition organized by the Parc Saint Léger, Contemporary Art Center of Pougues-Les-Eaux.

Playful and light, the Urban Art intervention "City Swings" was produced in Stockholm by the Swedes Akay & Peter. Sixty-five wild swings installed in the city.

Easyweb, a French company specializing in 3D video mapping, designs projections on three-dimensional supports, buildings, urban spaces or objects. Check out their latest showreel.

Discover two artistic reflections on public toilets. The first, designed by Monica Bonvicini, allows the user to see without being seen. The second, created by the design studio Oloom, remains transparent when not in use.

In adulthood, some continue to assemble nostalgic passionately famous little bricks of Lego game. Giving themselves appointment on the web, they form the community of AFOL (Adult Fan of Lego for) online and expose often astonishing achievements.
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