- My dear friend Ria Rajan is part of a dope project which takes ten artists under Bangalore’s Richmond Road Flyover to create public artworks in an otherwise neglected public space. Over six months, the artists will create murals, installations, video projections and more and claim this underutilised underbelly of the city. Her theme is home and her interpretation is simple: it’s where the heart is.

Also click here to check it out with some super cool projection mapping. 

- More inspiration from Bangalore's streets. Watch this TEDx talk by my favourite civic movement The Ugly Indian.

- Is there a stylistically more perfect furniture film than Amie Siegel’s Provenance, a video installation at the MET museum about furniture designed by Le Corbusier and his cousin Pierre Jeanneret for the city of Chandigarh. Read about it here and if you’re in New York anytime before Jan 4th, make time to catch it. It's weirdly mesmerising. 

- How a woman is saving hand painted Nepali Danger Dog signs from extinction. 

- I’m a big fan of urban exploration and abandoned sites and if you are too, you should follow Japan based photographer Shane Thoms on instagram.

- I really want to go to Israel. This post makes me think I’ll really love Tel Aviv.

- Laugh with Bradley Pits.

- From now you can find a ‘what I wore today’ under projects. (But not everyday or even often)