Climbing the walls on Pendrell Street between Bute and Jervis, Vancouver, BC. Tom Magliery on flickr.
[via Arrested Motion]
So….how about these rain barrels?!
Urban graffiti forest, Sam Javanrouh, photographer, flickr.
Trees on the Wall,
Bee skeps as ornamental architectural elements in the Paris districts. love! love!
Guerilla Gardening…..with toasters and computers, to name just a few of the objects La Pok (a “spacialist”) uses to create his urban gardens in Melbourne, Australia.
This work ApokAfari is a mind-scape, a place that you can not physically inhabit, but a departure point for the imagination, promoting viewers to escape into their own Pok world dream. The intention of this work is to test techniques of how to add colour into the landscape, using a mixed medium approach to garden design. Merging the synthetic materials with plants to achieve an unreal Milieu. ~ La Pok
The Hanging Gardens of Babylon. No wait, this is Melbourne.
The City Dune, Copenhagen. SEB Bank by SLA Landscape Architecture.
“On my way home the other day I looked down towards the floor just in time to notice that I was a moment away from stamping this weed flat. The unfortunate weed had pushed its way up through a crack in the concrete tiles only to find itself slap bang in the middle of the pavement, and was destined to end its life as quickly as it had begun. There was something about the way in which the weed proudly maintained its precarious position with such dignity that moved me a little. I went away at once and made a tiny fence in the hope that it might protect the weed from its inescapable fate for just a little longer. Two days later the fence had disappeared, but the weed had continued to grow bigger and stronger…”