01. Francoise Nielly does the ‘art car’ thing on Citroën’s Survolt concept

“A collaboration between Citroën and French artist Francoise Nielly, the resprayed Survolt just may be expressive enough to give all those BMW art cars a run for their money. The one-of-a-kind vehicle is set to displayed at C42, Citroën’s flagship showroom on the Champs-Elysées in Paris, but if your Air France frequent flier miles isn’t up to the job just yet, you can take the shorter trip to our own gallery below for a closer look.” (autoblog)

02. The Forest Chair is located in a small forest…

“The Forest Chair is located in a small forest in Jerusalem. The idea was to build a chair in only one day, using materials that were found in the back yard of Studio Kahn.” (notcot)

03. Understand Rap (above)

“Seattle-based writer William Buckholz steps in with his book “Understand Rap: Explanations of Confusing Rap Lyrics You and Your Grandma Can Understand.” The result is exhaustive and seemingly in earnest, making for hilariously thorough explanations of double entendres in the same class as the Twitter stream English50cent.” (coolhunting)

04. Vienna Design Week 2010: A public bench that grows longer over time

“At the beginning of the Vienna Design week, Milan-based collective Esterni began a ten-day intervention on the streets of Vienna. Specialising in developing cultural exchange projects in public spaces since 1995, Esterni took over the Palffygasse in the Hernals district of Vienna and created, with Patrick Hubmann, Everybody’s Bench.” (core77)

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