Monsters added in vintage photographs by Chilean illustrator Relleno de Mono
via accidental mysteries
Busted chickens in a reconstructed 1970s police car, turned into a fully functional chicken coop, by French artist Benedetto Bufalino
amazing motifs from the Festival of Quilts, UK, found here
Taqueria, a mexican cantina in Sofia, decorated with slim coloured raw wood paneling – and lovely low tech restrooms- in Sofia, a team project of the six young Bulgarian architects from studio Funkt.
Altered jockey short / shopping bag conceived by the Canedian collective trio General Idea (aka artists AA Bronson, Felix Partz and Jorge Zontal) in 1991, realized in 1998 for Texte zur Kunst magazine.
Ai Weiwei creating the Colored Vases, part of the installation According to What? at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C., 2012. Gr8 and simple idea..
Photo: Cathy Carver - via
previously: Studies of Perspective
Rugs made from textured strips of colored carpet fabric by Swedish artist Jonathan Josefsson
via i’m revolting
check out these imaginative carpets: warzone carpet, landcarpet, landpeel, mangas naturales, teddybears and some more from recycled materials
As his master’s final project, architect Hank Butitta transformed a school bus into a mobile home, equiped with a kitchen, bathroom, beds, storage and flooring from reclaimed wood panels.
Find more and follow his travels at Hank Bought a Bus.
via ny daily news
some previous posts on mobile living:
De Markies by Eduard Böhtlingk
The travelling Academy of UnNatural Science
Del Popolo mobile pizzaria truck
Keg apartments from tanker tracks by Aristide Antonas
Opera house by YSIN
Composting shed / garden store made of wooven rebars and Corten steel by Groves Raines Architects at Inverleith Terrace, Edinburgh 2010.
photos by Dan Farrar
OFF GND (off ground), adjustable seating/ playing elements for public space, made off steel pipes and rejected fire hoses, by Amsterdam-based designers Jair Straschnow and Gitte Nygaard, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Large scale wooden installation, titled Baitogogo by Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira, Palais de Tokyo, Paris.
Figurine series, titled Teenage Fan Club by Japanese artist Teppei Kaneuji.
The assemblages are made only of removable hair found on toys, like anime characters and superheros.