The Living Wall - Street Art by Nikita Nomerz
Nikita Nomerz is a graffiti/street artist from Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia. Inspired by the the places in the city, Nikita is always able to find interesting point and create lovely human faces in an hour by adding eyes and facial features.
Plaça Major, Banyoles, Spain
The pavements, the asphalt of the streets and the sandy soil in the squares were replaced by tessellated paving in travertine slabs. This rough, light stone formed by incrustations of moss and grasses in the calcareous stone where some springs emerge, is very present in the subsoil of Banyoles and is the main material used in the construction of its medieval buildings. In the new paving, the travertine slabs fold back on themselves, making way for the canals that are open in some discontinuous sections. Eventually the uncovered parts open out into more extensive sections, forming pools of now-clean water.
This series of incredible images by African photographer Dillon Marsh titled “Assimilation”, captures the nests of weaver birds built around telephone poles in the vast barren landscapes of the southern Kalahari region. The twigs and grass collected to build these nests combine to give strangely recognisable personalities to the otherwise inanimate poles. Via his website, “In these series I seek to find things that are out of the ordinary, picking them out of the landscape where they might otherwise blend in. I choose objects that can be found in multitude within their environment so that I can depict a family of objects in a series of photographs.