Located in a converted elevator shaft in New York City, Mmuseumm houses a carefully curated selection of contemporary artifacts you won’t find in conventional museums. Their permanent collection includes items like “Gummy Worm” and “Homemade Antenna.” Open to the public Thursday and Fridays 6-9pm, and Saturday and Sundays noon-6pm, a $5 suggested donation will get you an audio/text guide, illuminating the quirks and complexities of the modern world. Check out Huck’s video featurette below!
Brilliant project by artist Jay Shells, he’s locating specific New York spots mentioned in rap songs and installing his own street signs. Love his sense of humour! A couple years ago Shells was interviewed by Fox News about his street ettiquette signs and mentioned he wanted to make a sign that said “Fox News Lies” (see here).
Watch the video below!
“Give away what you’ve got!” This video is so inspiring! Originally started by Aisha Ronniger, Papergirl is a project that has been going on since 2006. Paper art is distributed to unsuspecting people around Berlin via bicyclists. Artists submit work from all over the world (nothing digital), and the art is bundled up in groups of 10-15 pieces so each roll has a unique assortment of work. Just watch the video, it explains it way better! The deadline for submissions is June 17th.