December 7, 2011


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September 27, 2011


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August 23, 2011


Our friends over at Bowery Boogie have spotted another Hanksy in the Lower East Side.

This one (which is hard to see in the photo) references the film "Cast Away" and has a bearded and crazed Tom Hanks throwing "Wilson", the soccer ball ala....


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May 11, 2011


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May 3, 2011


Photo nicked from The Opening Hours.

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Photo nicked from The Opening Hours.

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April 14, 2011




More here.

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April 12, 2011

Seen in Soho, New York

(Thanks, Madeleine)

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March 7, 2011

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March 2, 2011


FOFCM is a fun online game for movie lovers to guess which classic movie a particular object is from. There are over 70 movies to guess from and the site is open for people's suggestions. Click here to play.

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August 28, 2010

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July 31, 2009


Via comes this terrific project in Lvov City, Ukraine in which a massive crossword puzzle was painted on the side of a 100 ft high apartment building.

Questions for the puzzle can be found in various locations around the city, on monuments, theaters, fountains, etc. Each evening people meet at the building to check their answers. The way this works is that in the day time the puzzle is empty. But at night special florescent lights come on, and the answers in the puzzle become visible.


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February 20, 2008


Artist: Loki

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January 14, 2008


More from Mumble Magazine here

(Thanks, Alex)

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June 7, 2007


Ever since Google launched their Street View enhancement to Google Maps people have been on the hunt for interesting images that have been captured during the process. Matty found this piece by Adam5-100 in San Francisco.

Has anyone found any other examples?

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May 29, 2007

(*** UPDATE: From Matthias: "The face shown on the toast-portrait in Berlin isn't Jesus, it's Murat Kurnaz. The case of Mr Kurnaz is currently one of the top stories in the German media.")

On holiday in Berlin, Rez came out of the hostel watched as a guy spent the entire course of the day creating a large portrait of Jesus made entirely from hundreds of pieces of burnt toast, all in differing shades of "burntness"


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