Set in the street is an ongoing art project by Justin Bettman and Gozde Eker. These two build eleborate sets of unwanted materials and furniture, mostly found in the streets. After shooting the photo's, the sets are left in the streets, so passerby's can take their own pictures.
pretty decorating inspiration
And how about these caramel brownies with pretzel crust from Milk and Honey?
It has been ages since I've been to the ballet, and the Nutcracker is something I would love to see one day. Over at the Huffington Post is a selection of stunning photographs of this world famous ballet throughout the years.
If you're in need of some DIY inspiration, you may like one of the many tutorials over at DaWanda, like these candle holders made from a rolling pin
The coldest village on earth
The interactive art project is great! I've seen the Nutcracker twice!ReplyDelete
I like the candle holders :)
OMG! I don't feel so bad now living here in Canada after seeing the temps at Oymyakon!ReplyDelete
And those brownies!
I like the studio setup on the street. I'd love to work on such a project as well!!ReplyDelete
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What a fun art project and I am totally craving those caramel brownies...yummy! Have a great day, darling.ReplyDelete
That street art is so fun! I would definitely stop by for some pictures. And I would also definitely eat those chocolate brownies!ReplyDelete
The set in the street is brilliant. I love interactive artwork. It gets the imagination going. The nutcracker ballet is in Boston every December. I've seen it a few times and it is absolutely enchanting! The coldest village on earth sounds like torture!ReplyDelete
De Notenkraker is mooi! Ik heb hem lang lang geleden in de Stopera gezien. MMM caramel brownies!! Wat een fijne interieurinspiratie zie ik voorbij komen!ReplyDelete
that street set is great...we don't get stuff like here in the county. lolReplyDelete
and those brownies have me drooling!
The caramel brownies are really making an impression...Might have to try making some of those soon!ReplyDelete
I always love your street art finds. Always amazing.
I love the street set design idea. I think that is so cool. The best is the materials are from the street so its not like they are doing anything harmful to the environment. I also think its cool other people are able to take pictures too. I love going to new places and seeing things like that pop up.ReplyDelete
I've seen The Nutcracker several times on stage and my favorite movie version is the one that came out in the 80s. I used to watch it ALL the time as a kid. Its on Netflix so you should check it out if you haven't seen it already.
The street set art project is awesome, wow do those caramel brownies look delicious and I'm not going to lie, I'm very pleased I'm not in the coldest village on earth right now!ReplyDelete
Great blog ! Do you want to follow each other ?ReplyDelete
You may not know that I started my creative life as a ballet dancer.. :).. but after my first child I realized that is not my calling, and I never can be a prima ballerina... haha! .....but this was a sweet revelation and I'm happy to switch my artistic endeavor! but Pavlova always will be my muse... and dance still my favorite subject to paint!!!ReplyDelete