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Toilet paper on wall; Allston MA. (Artist unknown.)
Hang one, dude.
We love it when street artists get really thoughtful about choosing the locations and placement of their work. This spectacular piece was created by Nuxuno Xän on a wall in Fort De France, Martinique. A tree growing up behind the wall playfully completes the mural by serving as most of the hairdo belonging to the suave person painted on the wall itself, who appears to know just how awesome his hair is.
Photo by Pedro Filipe
The Irrational City by Paolo Cesaretti
Positioned in the courtyard of Palazzo Bembo Gallery in Venice, Italy, this eye-searing neon light installation asks what is irrational in the city? And is it possible that irrationality and at its root the holy religion of mathematics, the underlying basis of reality? Is this an electric alter in the night, or a lurid invitation to a meaningless fling?
It’s only really a symbol of one irrational number, not of irrationality itself. I thought it was a hipster pie shop sign.
oh my god this.
Rest in peace, Nujabes
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