The Opposite of Lost Dog flyers by Nathaniel Russell
Excellent way of marking potholes from Kazakhstan’s Guerrilla Creative Agency. Attention grabbers.
Improving the aesthetic and comfort of public transport amenities could result in increased use.
Instant seating. Hack a pole. Not sure who this is by?
Smart Bus Stops Done Dirt Cheap | Hack Your City
Great assortment of interventions that highlight urban issues from smoking, to climate change to high-rise buildings.
Balloons transform spaces. Urban intervention by Spy.
Use your bicycle seat to create an instant chair in the city! from Florian Riviere.
Kite mapping in informal spaces can help document their existence and layout. Important, if they may no longer exist in the future.
Trash Bins as Backpacks – a great way of dealing with litter.
Public Lab: Kite Photo of Ongoing Coal Pollution in Plaquemines Parish, LA
Street Art Used to Fill Urban Emptiness | for the empty space/silo in the back of not quite?
Jay Shells’ Metropolitan Etiquette Authority Says Don’t Feed the Pigeons – could be great to have this under the Manhattan bridge – so much poop!
Plant activism in Amsterdam
Storytelling through the Bordr iPhone app
Interactive exhibition during four months at the Swedish Art Cooperative Not Quite
Aida Tomela´s story from Mozambique
Aida Tomela in Zona Verde in Maputo lent a camera for two months to tell her story of being a border trader between South Africa and Mozambique
Jay Shells’ Metropolitan Etiquette Authority Says Don’t Feed the Pigeons