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Monthly Archives: May 2011


Feel like a free stay in Melbourne? The Lost & Found Hotel is free and open to guests from 1 May to 31 July. Any Lost & Found subscriber can apply to stay at the hotel room free of charge (the only catch is that if your application is successful you’ll need to get to the [...]


Gil Scott-Heron – April 1, 1949 to May 27, 2011.


Plattformer, the artist collective that brought you the first DIY concrete table tennis table in London, just launched their latest outdoors object: The Feast Table in London’s Arundel Square. All their projects are put into effect with groups of local children that are thereby introduced to the art of concrete casting. Their most famous project [...]

Booze Haulage In Style

It’s Sunday, and this is something that might come in handy for the next the next 15 Sundays or so. Enjoy the upcoming (2-day) heatwave.

protest kit

In his just published Protest Stencil Toolkit Patrick Thomas supplies you with 46 die-cut stencils, plus a bespoke typeface, setting up a perfect toolkit for the graphics of protest. Any plans for the weekend?


Dear Friends,
We’re particularly thrilled to have the American photographer Ryan McGinley as our guest for mono.kultur #27. Just in time for spring, McGinley’s colourful and vivid photographs capture the zeitgeist of a generation like no other. Celebrating the sweet and fleeting state of youth, his images are suffused with colour, light and energy. Naked kids [...]


Mr. Bingo presents us with a very peculiar project, for the ones who are still a bit nostalgic about the long gone practice of writing letters and postcards to be sent by real post mail. If you can relate yourself to this feeling, and you’re part of the group of those that keep postponing writing [...]


There are a few photographers who update their sites on a daily basis, keeping a sort of online diary, most famously The Daily Nice by Jason Evans. Nicer still and slightly more ambitious is Berlin-based painter Edward B. Gordon’s daily blog, consisting of a daily painting. As in: oil painting. Call him a Monday-to-Sunday painter.
Some [...]



Forget Pirates of the Caribbean: At Stranger Tides, Thor, or Transformers 3. The real movie to see this summer is Point Break, part of the Museum of Modern Art’s film series Crafting Genre: Kathryn Bigelow. If you haven’t see Bigelow’s cult classic, starring Keanu Reeves as Johnny Utah, straight-laced, All-American FBI agent turned skydiving surfer [...]