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Mapping Barcelona Project

This interesting topography style mapping of street art Barcelona looks like it could lead to many interesting Google-like statistic thermodynamic style results. Or perhaps, just a handy tool for law enforcement to crack down on unregulated creativity and/or vandalism. From Katrine, the curator: "While living in Barcelona, inspired by each corner that I turned, I began to carry my camera with me at all times." Read more after the jump.

This interesting topography style mapping of street art Barcelona looks like it could lead to many interesting Google-like statistic thermodynamic style results. Or perhaps, just a handy tool for law enforcement to crack down on unregulated creativity and/or vandalism.

From Katrine, the curator: “While living in Barcelona, inspired by each corner that I turned, I began to carry my camera with me at all times. Over time, I began to collect a nice batch of photos of architecture, store fronts, art exhibits, but mostly, a very eclectic mix of Barcelona public art. Over the past few months, I have been organizing these photos to share something that gave me a lot of inspiration over the past two years.” – Atta


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