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Complimentary – artistic and funny interaction

“Complimentary” is another awesome and innovative art project that captured our attention. It consists of a simple toy vending machine that instead of toys, gives you free small capsules with compliments inside. The purpose of this project is to reinvent public space and make it more playful and of course, Awesome!:) The artist that came up with this brilliant idea…

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Streetwise Opera – music has the power to change us

Streetwise Opera is an Awesome project that happens in the United Kingdom and is dedicated to re-building homeless people’s lives and self-esteem through music and performance. It is like no other project because it chooses art – music – as a bonding instrument between people and society. People who created it believe in the power that music has upon us,…

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Coder Dojo Coolest Projects – the art of innovation

Coder Dojo Coolest Projects is not some kind of sports game or food – it is a really cool competition and project contest designed especially for world’s future innovators, entrepreneurs and creators. It offers young people from the International CoderDojo Community the chance to pitch their ideas and projects in front of the Local CoderDojo, in a form of competition…

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eMotiVe sOuNDs of the eLEctRic wRiTEr – Machines and humans can work together

Nandita Kumar’s work titled ‘eMotiVesOuNDs of the eLEctRicwRiTEr’ was displayed at Indian Art Fair 2015. It focuses on loss of writing personal letters. She invited participants from different parts of the world to write hand-written letters. These letters were mimicked by a machine and re written on a scroll of paper. The machine while printing stopped to think when fed…

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Basecamp.exe – experience the urban wilderness

“In a sense, Basecamp.exe provides people with a framework for expeditions to nowhere because we have already arrived. And we are already home. There is nothing to go toward, nothing to return to. Nature is a myth. Progress is a sham (the Dadaists got the memo on that one quickly). And nostalgia is the rosy view of sentimentality coupled with…

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How many LIFE-jackets can you count?

This project belongs to artist Ai Weiwei and showcases 14,000 used life-jackets of the refugees traveling from Turkey to the Greek island of Lesbos.  The artist tried to make people aware of the ongoing refugee crisis and it’s severity, by putting the orange life-jackets on pillars of the Konzerthaus Berlin, in order to be seen by everybody. The project debuted…

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