Love Letters To Urban Neighborhoods
By Stephen Powers
Valentine’s Day brings an avalanche of platitudes, from the banal to the heartfelt, delivered to the subject of one’s amore. Normally, the recipient of these overtures is a person, but in the case of artist Stephen Powers, city neighborhoods, and the people that live and work in them, are the muse. Claiming the sides of forgotten buildings and outdated infrastructure as his canvas, Powers presents city dwellers with provocative text-based art that riffs on popular forms of communication, from self-help affirmations and advertising mantras to starry-eyed confessions. This earnest language cast in colorful formations is a satisfyingly jolting juxtapositio Love Letters To Urban Neighborhoods
By Stephen Powers
Valentine’s Day brings an avalanche of platitudes, from the banal to the heartfelt, delivered to the subject of one’s amore. Normally, the recipient of these overtures is a person, but in the case of artist Stephen Powers, city neighborhoods, and the people that live and work in them, are the muse. Claiming the sides of forgotten buildings and outdated infrastructure as his canvas, Powers presents city dwellers with provocative text-based art that riffs on popular forms of communication, from self-help affirmations and advertising mantras to starry-eyed confessions. This earnest language cast in colorful formations is a satisfyingly jolting juxtapositio Love Letters To Urban Neighborhoods
By Stephen Powers
Valentine’s Day brings an avalanche of platitudes, from the banal to the heartfelt, delivered to the subject of one’s amore. Normally, the recipient of these overtures is a person, but in the case of artist Stephen Powers, city neighborhoods, and the people that live and work in them, are the muse. Claiming the sides of forgotten buildings and outdated infrastructure as his canvas, Powers presents city dwellers with provocative text-based art that riffs on popular forms of communication, from self-help affirmations and advertising mantras to starry-eyed confessions. This earnest language cast in colorful formations is a satisfyingly jolting juxtapositio

Love Letters To Urban Neighborhoods

By Stephen Powers

Valentine’s Day brings an avalanche of platitudes, from the banal to the heartfelt, delivered to the subject of one’s amore. Normally, the recipient of these overtures is a person, but in the case of artist Stephen Powers, city neighborhoods, and the people that live and work in them, are the muse. Claiming the sides of forgotten buildings and outdated infrastructure as his canvas, Powers presents city dwellers with provocative text-based art that riffs on popular forms of communication, from self-help affirmations and advertising mantras to starry-eyed confessions. This earnest language cast in colorful formations is a satisfyingly jolting juxtapositio

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Inflatables are back! Except, this time round, the pop-60s bubbles are hiding under the guise of other forms—literally. Barcelona-based Penique Productions specialize in transforming familiar interiors by filling the entire space with a custom-crafted plastic balloon. Inflatables are back! Except, this time round, the pop-60s bubbles are hiding under the guise of other forms—literally. Barcelona-based Penique Productions specialize in transforming familiar interiors by filling the entire space with a custom-crafted plastic balloon. Inflatables are back! Except, this time round, the pop-60s bubbles are hiding under the guise of other forms—literally. Barcelona-based Penique Productions specialize in transforming familiar interiors by filling the entire space with a custom-crafted plastic balloon.

Inflatables are back! Except, this time round, the pop-60s bubbles are hiding under the guise of other forms—literally. Barcelona-based Penique Productions specialize in transforming familiar interiors by filling the entire space with a custom-crafted plastic balloon.

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Panos Sklavenitis
NO SIGNALMural in Kriezotou st., Athens, 2011

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Panos Sklavenitis

NO SIGNAL
Mural in Kriezotou st., Athens, 2011

Chopstick
An unconventional concession stand at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Designed by VisionDivision.  Chopstick
An unconventional concession stand at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Designed by VisionDivision. 

Chopstick

An unconventional concession stand at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Designed by VisionDivision. 

Disruptive Furniture by Archizoom
Formed in1964 by Andrea Branzi, Massimo Morozzi, Gilberto Corretti, and Paolo Deganello, though it would soon add two more members, the Bartolinis. Initial products included Pop Art-inspired furnishings, such as the Safari Chair, which was upholstered with exotic animal skins, or the Dream Bed, which, with its kitschy color and shape, sought to disrupt any attempt at good taste in middle class homes. Disruptive Furniture by Archizoom
Formed in1964 by Andrea Branzi, Massimo Morozzi, Gilberto Corretti, and Paolo Deganello, though it would soon add two more members, the Bartolinis. Initial products included Pop Art-inspired furnishings, such as the Safari Chair, which was upholstered with exotic animal skins, or the Dream Bed, which, with its kitschy color and shape, sought to disrupt any attempt at good taste in middle class homes.

Disruptive Furniture by Archizoom

Formed in1964 by Andrea Branzi, Massimo Morozzi, Gilberto Corretti, and Paolo Deganello, though it would soon add two more members, the Bartolinis. Initial products included Pop Art-inspired furnishings, such as the Safari Chair, which was upholstered with exotic animal skins, or the Dream Bed, which, with its kitschy color and shape, sought to disrupt any attempt at good taste in middle class homes.