Category Archives: Identity

Caesarstone Swing


London-based Canadian designer, Philippe Malouin, is the latest to re-imagine Caesarstone’s diverse surfacing. At the latest Interior Design Show in Toronto, the brand debuted Swings, a playful gesture which takes the composite stone out of its context and re-appropriates it in a surreal installation.

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Cristina and Cyla painted a wall in Bushwick, Brooklyn, as a tribute to the great poet Paulo Leminski who would be 70 years old in August 2014. We are very grateful to our new friend Nev (No Entry Design), for all the support and contact with Livestream Public who gave us the opportunity to paint this mural at the corner of Morgan Ave & Stagg St. If you’re around, come and see it in person. 

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Down the River


In Paris, tourist boats called  “bateaux-mouches ” cruise down the Seine river, offering sightseers a unique view of the Eiffel tower, the Louvre, the Notre Dame Cathedral and other well-known monuments.

In his series, “Down the River” photographer Adrian Skenderovic captures the life on The Seine, by looking down on tourists looking at Paris.

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Vincent Laforet captures New York from above

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Something he has “dreamed of capturing for decades,” Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Vincent Laforet has released a stunning set of images that captures his hometown of New York in a way that has never before been seen. Taken from a nauseating 7500-feet above the city, Laforet’s “Gotham 7.5K” series reveals the unrelenting, pulsating energy that radiates from the Big Apple’s city grid. Continue reading

Riding the Rocket

The 15-year-old film student, Russell Wellner, spent part of the summer and the Christmas season filming a gorgeous love letter to the TTC on his Canon T3i DSLR camera. Wellner’s one-minute film features shots of Rosedale, St. George, Bloor-Yonge, and a quick front-seat burst along the Bloor-Danforth line from Christie to Castle Frank.  Continue reading

Urban Footprints

As part of their “Urban Footprints” series, Huellas Artes by 100 architects is an initiative that interprets the human footprint as an artistic trail in Santiago City. It is a cultural engine fueled by the passing flow of citizens and visitors from around Bellas Artes metro station.

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Sound City Project


The urban landscape is made up of more than just bricks and mortar. When you walk onto the street and close your eyes, what sounds can you hear? Are they fragments of conversations? The sound of wind rustling? People arguing? Streetcars passing along? Sound City Project is a 3D soundscape created by David Vale, Rick van Mook, and Caco Teixeira that can be listened online from the comfort of your home. Continue reading

Postcards from Pripyat, Chernobyl

Earlier this year Danny Cooke had the opportunity to visit Chernobyl while working for CBS News on a ’60 Minutes’ episode. Described as one of the most interesting and dangerous places he has ever been. The nuclear meltdown at Chernobyl in Ukraine happened in 1986, but the crisis is still with us today. That’s because radiation virtually never dies.

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Crowd-sourced timelapse of London

On December 6, 2014, 40 photographers came together to create the most ambitious crowd-sourced timelapse of all time – all in a single day. Here the bustle of the throbbing city is captured in some 35,000 individual images, creating a streamlined portrait of London.

Drone’s view of Burning Man 2014

Ever wonder what it would be like to visit Burning Man? Well videographer Eric Cheung gives us a birds-eye view of the event. High above the skies, Cheung’s drone captures the many herds of people flocking to the center where the festivities unravels and takes center stage. Check out 6:02 where the dust shots are epic.