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la citta vita

Urban planner. I travel. I collect case studies. I share. I'm particularly interested in the intersection of the arts and urbanism.

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    andrew-neil-parr:

    'Big Ben & Thames 1961 / 1982'
    'Post Office Tower 1989 / 1999'
    'British Museum 1965 / 1971'

    Cut and folded vintage bookplates from ‘The Universal Now' by Abigail Reynolds

    — 11 months ago with 560 notes
    #art  #postcards  #pictures  #collage  #images  #image  #cities  #city  #view  #cityscape  #artist  #artwork 
    Edward Dwurnik - artist from Poland

    Edward Dwurnik - artist from Poland

    (Source: tulianjuwim)

    — 1 year ago with 12 notes
    #poland  #city  #drawing  #art  #warsaw  #polish  #artist  #urban  #illustration 

    smokeandcitrine:

    Australian artist Konstantin Dimopoulos uses environmentally safe pigments to paint the trunks and limbs of trees in urban areas to help raise awareness of the nearly 32 million acres of forests lost each year around the world. Via 4culture he says:

    Through my work I am striving to address global issues and provide a visual platform to effect change. So many universal concerns seem larger than an individual’s power of influence and I want to evoke in people the idea that we can all contribute to change in a positive way.


    — 1 year ago with 9 notes
    #blue trees  #artist  #public space  #landscape design 
    French artist Armelle Caron explores in her playful series “Everything Tidy,” doing to cities what Ursus Wehrli does to art — deconstructing the familiar grid representations into “tidy” graphic anagrams of famous metropolises.

    French artist Armelle Caron explores in her playful series “Everything Tidy,” doing to cities what Ursus Wehrli does to art — deconstructing the familiar grid representations into “tidy” graphic anagrams of famous metropolises.

    — 1 year ago with 9 notes
    #artist  #city as subject  #city planning  #creativity  #art  #grid  #cities  #plan  #urban planning