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yopablo:

 #EndlessScrolling Generation No. 3, 2012.by Pastiche Lumumba,

yopablo:

 #EndlessScrolling Generation No. 3, 2012.by Pastiche Lumumba,

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prostheticknowledge:

THE DAY GOOGLE STREET VIEW STOOD STILL

Web game by Netro where you travel through Google Streetview areas to locate celebrities 

Try it out for yourself here
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anabelle:

Found the switch to the internet. ( by: @buritica) || on http://instagram.com/p/sIjiUpyEJm/

anabelle:

Found the switch to the internet. ( by: @buritica) || on http://instagram.com/p/sIjiUpyEJm/

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10and5:

Cyrus Kabiru is a self-taught Kenyan artist who works in various mediums including painting and sculpture. He is best known for his Afrofuturism series, C-Stunners, an ongoing project consisting of elaborate eyeglasses that are imaginatively constructed out of found objects and recycled trash. These wearable sculptures, part fashion statement part social-political commentary, capture the sensibility and attitude of the youth generation in Nairobi. They portray the aspiration of popular culture bling and reflect the ingenuity and resourcefulness of people. The lenses are a metaphorical filter providing a fresh perspective of the world.
Read an interview with him on 10and5: http://10and5.com/2014/08/15/fnb-joburg-art-fair-cyrus-kabiru-afrofuturism/

10and5:

Cyrus Kabiru is a self-taught Kenyan artist who works in various mediums including painting and sculpture. He is best known for his Afrofuturism series, C-Stunners, an ongoing project consisting of elaborate eyeglasses that are imaginatively constructed out of found objects and recycled trash. These wearable sculptures, part fashion statement part social-political commentary, capture the sensibility and attitude of the youth generation in Nairobi. They portray the aspiration of popular culture bling and reflect the ingenuity and resourcefulness of people. The lenses are a metaphorical filter providing a fresh perspective of the world.

Read an interview with him on 10and5: http://10and5.com/2014/08/15/fnb-joburg-art-fair-cyrus-kabiru-afrofuturism/

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"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed (and young-minded) citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has" M.Mead  (at Masmas++)

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed (and young-minded) citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has" M.Mead (at Masmas++)

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