This Public Art Appears Only When It Rains

Adam Niklewicz created the 30-by-45-foot mural of the Charter Oak–an important Connecticut symbol–on the brick wall of a former synagogue in Hartford, Connecticut, using water-repellant Rust-Oleum. When wet, the wall reveals the majestic image to the public.

http://www.fastcoexist.com/1680720/this-public-art-appears-only-when-it-rains

NIKE CHALKBOT

We love chalk, we love Nike Chalkbot…

Chalking the roads is a Tour de France tradition. Spectators write messages of encouragement to their favorite riders. The Nike Chalkbot was a way to take this positive message even further. It brought the roads of France to everyone. By sending a message to the Chalkbot through SMS, web banners, Twitter or WearYellow.com, people around the world were able to make their mark in yellow. Over the course of a month, the Chalkbot gained over 4,000 followers on Twitter, received over 36,000 messages and printed thousands of them over 13 stages of the Tour de France.

RECREATE MURRAY’S OFFICE AS SEEN IN FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS

What a beauty!

Download the full-size version to print out and create a New Zealand Consulate experience in your very own home!

ASEEMA CHARITABLE TRUST: EDUCATION FOR STREET CHILDREN

Advertising Agency: 141 Sercon, Mumbai, India

SCIENCE WORLD – A BEAVER CAN CUT DOWN 200 TREES A YEAR

Advertising Agency: Rethink, Canada

LAY’S – OUR POTATOES ARE GROWN CLOSER THAN YOU MAY THINK

Potatoes

Advertising Agency: Juniper Park, Toronto, Canada

Vintage Advertising Posters Discovered in London Underground Subway Station

Vintage Posters

Work at Notting Hill Gate Station station has recently uncovered these amazing advertising posters in non-public areas and that date from c1956 – 1959 when the station’s lifts were removed and replaced by escalators. These are in an old lift passageway. You can view the full Flickr set here