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iCoolhunt

iCoolhunt is the first location-based social networking game in the intriguing world of coolhunting. Now it’s you who can determine what’s going to be cool – before everyone else.
In streets, bars, parks, museums, parties, shops, scout for whatever is creative and innovative.
iCoolhunt provides you with a mobile tool to catch your “prey”, to share them with your friends, and to challenge other players in chasing down the next big things.
As you climb up the leaderboard rankings, your cool discoveries will be visible among the top prey in the homescreen. You will not only establish yourself as a trustworthy social influencer, but you will contribute to the collective struggle for the evolution of taste. It’s easy, and it’s fun.

Street Art: Joshua Allen Harris’ Inflatable Bag Monsters

Beamvertising

Via Woostercollective, an interesting guerrilla marketing campaign

Fresh Market

Bloodwars Magazine

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Bloodwars is a Pdf Magazine. Print it out pass it along. Bloodwar’s intention is to expose the various forms and styles of Street Bombing and whatever else I find stimulating out in the world.

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Art Artmy Action Figures

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The Art Army® action figures are homages to the killer art and artists that rock our world. Instead of making boring normal art, Leavitt is paying tribute to great people and work. This is no customization hobby, and it also ain’t some profound artistic statement. The one-off figures are each original, fully posable mini sculptures engineered for major articulation. They look like real toys, but no Art Army® figure is machine manufactured. These action figures don’t fit in any molds. Each is sculpted from scratch as one artists’ offering to an icon.
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Seen On The Streets of Madrid


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