May 6th, 2014 by PKageyama
A giant water slide in the heart of Bristol, England is the brain child of artist Luke Jerram, previously known for his street pianos project. Some may recall that Grand Rapids, Michigan did a similar project in 2010 spearheaded by Rob Bliss, who went on to produce the famous Grand Rapids Lip Dub in 2011.
June 10th, 2012 by admin
We had a great time in Muskegon, Michigan in early June. Fantastic to return to a city we visited a year ago and see all the amazing things they have done, including this Love Muskegon campaign. More later!
August 8th, 2011 by admin
I met Tom Stewart in June when I spoke at his art gallery, Art Alley, in Lansing, Michigan. Tom is one of those young co-creators that are critical to the success of cities. Art Alley, which opened in 2010, is a burgeoning creative space in the REO district of the city. Tom is also part
June 17th, 2011 by admin
Here is the piece I wrote for Infrastructurist.com which challenges the way we think about statistics. In cities that Newsweek magazine declared to be “dying” we have seen amazing amounts of life and activity. Recall the recent post that showed New Orleans was the “coolest city for startups”; on Newsweek’s list, New Orleans was the
May 10th, 2011 by admin
After I spoke at the Rust Belt to Artist Belt conference in Detroit, a group from Wayne, Michigan decided to start a blog called “For the Love of Wayne.” The blog “lets local people share their personal stories about why they love Wayne.” They write: This blog is a project of the Wayne Ripple Effect,