Urban Regeneration by ZEDZ

Know for his very architectural, abstract style, ZEDZ investigates new forms of graffiti, by regarding graffiti as 3D objects. In this way he links sculpting and writing and creates an unique way of painting walls…

The result is just impressing – a massive concrete wall transporting different green tones which although flat, create a real three-dimensional collage in public space.

KIDULT and his Illegal World

The 24 Hours of Nürburgring Experience


“Magic Carp-pet” Rug

Magic Carp-pet Rug, winner of Red Dot Design Award 2011, uses the Moire effect on a coffee table to make the fish appear to be swimming. Designed by John Leung.

A Porn Bunker for the Apocalypse ins 2012

Graffiti + Architecture

Graffiti and architecture, these two elements are meant to be together, but quite often in an illegal way. Metaform, a luxembourgish architecture office, showed us a new concept based on an new approach between these two art forms…

Within the framework of our project, architecture and art are found side by side, are entangled, extend and complete each other in order to create a common language, a synergy which creates an intriguing, vivid and dynamic, yet at the same time intimate, welcoming and friendly ensemble. The reflection on the relation between art and architecture is part of the concept created with the involvement of the Luxembourgish artist SUMO.

It is a response linked to the evolution of the urban landscape because the era of the “post-graffiti”, even if many refuse to admit, has become an integral part of the city. Sumo voluntarily covered the space from the ground to the ceiling with his artwork in such a way that his art, which one can consider being “post-graffiti”, is subtly integrated in the built space. Architecture gave way to art which reveals itself at times under the overhanging volumes with yellow, orange and red clouds, at times in the background of the loggias of the apartments with its peculiar figures.

Art emphasizes this formal game of the spaces that seem to have “slid” to give way to the organic sketches and eccentric colors created by the artist. This cooperation puts forward the idea of the existence of equilibrium between the development of our building landscape and the artistic interpretation.

© Steve Troes Fotodesign


Don’t forget the Graffiti Research Lab and their projects…

Luxembourg’s finest… #2

Sun Glitters sound is an ocean of lush melodies, pitch-shifted vocal samples, ghostly digi-diva choirs, warm bass melodies driven by alternately dense and relaxing beatwork combinations between downtempo and wonky beats.

Sun Glitters



Psychogeography was defined in 1955 by Guy Debord as “the study of the precise laws and specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organized or not, on the emotions and behavior of individuals.”Another definition is “a whole toy box full of playful, inventive strategies for exploring cities…just about anything that takes pedestrians off their predictable paths and jolts them into a new awareness of the urban landscape.”

Inception App :

This app uses augmented sound to induce dreams through the headset of the iPhone and iPod Touch, changing your perception of reality.

Dérive App :

Dérive is a fresh smartphone application that enables users to explore the urban atmosphere in a totally new way through the use of randomly drawn task cards that tell you what to do.

Serendipitor App :

Inspired by the Situationists, Serendipitor is a (free) app that makes use of Google Map’s API to “find something by looking for something else”

Wanderlust App :

Wanderlust doesn’t focus on you sending and telling people about your location or plans, but on a story which unfolds when you’re at different locations.


“People can see nothing around them that is not their own image; everything speaks to them of themselves. Their very landscape is animated. Obstacles were everywhere. And they were all interrelated, maintaining a unified reign of poverty.”

Karl Marx

Materialstudie / Baum



Luxembourg’s finest… #1

twice a week, 1 music act, from luxembourg

“Notre groupe existait déjà loin avant d’être formé. Chacun de nous avait en lui un rhinocéros féroce et sauvage qui le poussait petit à petit à joindre un groupe qui changerait sa destination pour toujours.” The Disliked