“I think that my job is to observe people and the world, and not to judge them. I always hope to position myself away from so-called conclusions. I would like to leave everything wide open to all the possibilities in the world.”
There’s something about street art that really appeals — I particularly like those that integrate objects from the surrounding environment. Street Art Utopia has posted a great selection of street art from this year. Here are a few of of my favourites.
Riddle Magazine hanger, white or black lacquered wood profiles with inside steel profiles for wall fixing. Wooden balls with rubber rings on polyester strings. A joy for the eyes by Isaac Chen.
There is something ceremonial about this pencil sharpener. Through the science flask, the ordinary sawdust for once becomes the subject of viewing. The manual movement of pencil sharpening becomes a ritual, a nostalgic act that ties to our pre-digital age. An A’ Design Awards winner by Jaeryoung Lee. Heart it!
Via: Web Urbanist
Masaya Sugimura captures the rhythm of life in Tokyo perfectly
And one of Vimeo’s best contributors, Vitùc, captures the best of life’s small pleasures