Han Kjøbenhavn x PUMA Clyde

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Danish label Han Kjøbenhavn and German sports brand PUMA collaborate to remix the PUMA Clyde.

SHE GOT GAME

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Artist Katrien Vanderlinden has painted colourful shapes inspired by toy bricks onto a basketball court in the Belgian city of Aalst.

This new Art space in Milan

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Slam Jam and Carhartt WIP have teamed up to open a space for art, design, and fashion in Milan.  Dubbed Spazio Maiocchi, the space is a 1000 square meter venue that was renovated and designed by Milan- and Shanghai-based firm Andrea Caputo.

5 incredible record libraries where you can listen for free

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These 5 music libraries let you listen to a vast archive of music for free.

This House With Multiple Courtyards

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A house built around three courtyards designed by Extrastudio.

Zeitz MOCAA

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The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art recently open it's doors to the public in Cape Town, South Africa.  The museum is poised to become the world's most important museum for contemporary African art.

Aryz x China

Contemporary muralist ARYZ were invited to China to paint a mural and this video is a recap of some of things they saw and experienced.

Kikito x JR

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For his latest piece, French visual artist JR, put a Mexican child named "Kikito" on the Mexican - US border.  The piece is meant to serve a point regarding Donald Trumps efforts to build a wall to protect the border.

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The Vibrant and Fascinating Jussie Campus

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Photographer Franck Bohbot documented the Jussieu Campus, at Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris.

City Sights As Graphic Elements

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London-based designer and illustrator Peter Judson presents a personal project that transforms daily observations into simple graphic images.

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