Give me the change you said would do me good… Gang of Four are still one of the best bands ever.

Your Move by Radya – Seen On The Streets Of Ekaterinburg

Wooster Collective

Social enterprise + renewable resources = Bambike

- from bambike.com

Bryan McClelland has created the BamBike, a bicycle made out of bamboo, made by local artisans in the Phillipines.

Rapidly-regenerating bamboo crops are one of the best renewable resources in the world. They’re getting ready to ship internationally this year, so start saving now, and get ready to see a new kind of fixie appearing on your block…

Dohyung Kim & Sewon Oh’s 1 Litre Faucet #design cuts #waste, increases awareness of #water use

- from design you trust

Now here’s a great idea: a design that limits the amount of water released in one blast, to make you more conscious of how much water you need, and how much you waste. Can you believe a tap dispenses 6 litres of water in 30 seconds? A classy design that will change the way you think about water use every day.

It’s so perfect for a drought-afflicted country like Australia that it should be standard in every new development.

Katharina Grosse’s constructed geology at MASS MoCA

- from Contemporary Art Daily

I watched Gasland today (more on that to come) and then came across this work by Katharina Grosse, which triggered all kinds of thoughts about how humankinds shapes and colours our landscape, transforming ecosystems and even our geology… I understand Grosse is more focused on transforming the gallery space and working directly onto the surfaces of galleries, but to me it speaks about the human need to leave a mark on the environment… for better or for worse.

Exhibition of work by Oz art director Jim Anderson Lampoon – An Historical Art Trajectory (1970-2010) – on now at tinsheds gallery

- from tinsheds.wordpress.com

Oz is one of the few things that makes me wish I had been born 30 years earlier. One of the most controversial, funny and truly cool things to come out of Australia, it broke all the rules and launched the careers of some of our most brilliant artists, critics and writers (including one Bob Ellis – I will have to quiz him on that point).

This exhibition at Sydney University’s tin sheds gallery brings together collages by Oz art director Jim Anderson Lampoon. I’m definitely going, hoping that some of the genius and damn-it-all recklessness rubs off on me.

Best of London #fashion week: must-have mustard at Acne

- from style.com

Best of London #fashion week: Jenny Postle patching it together at Central St. Martins

- from style.com

Roa in Mexico #streetart #graf

- from woostercollective

Simple diagram explaining how to do what you love & get paid for it. Easy, right?

- from hungrypeople.posterous.com

Google street art view: great idea, not quite there yet (mostly because Street View pics are so out-of-date)

- from designboom.com

Pitaya’s beautiful random8 chair #furniture

- from designboom.com

Excited to see brilliant #photographer Garry Trinh is in a new exhibition (curated by Tom Polo) at Blacktown Arts Centre

Find out more about the exhibition here.

- from garrytrinh.com

ABOVE show at Lo-Fi Collective this Thursday… #exhibition

Heart of… Paper? The Debbie Harry dress-up paper doll #fashion

- from refinery29.com

to do: get (or #build) a sprouter… maybe some eggshells and cartons will do the trick? #rawfood #DIY

- from heartanddesign.blogspot.com

Best of London #fashion week: Bethan Silverwood’s fantastic ponchos at Central St. Martins

- from style.com

Best of London #fashion week: fin-like pleats at Ann-Sofie Beck

- from style.com

Shamghetto is wallpaper made of spam… the inbox kind, not the hammy kind, that is.

- frompsfk.com

Scott Amron’s ciggie magnet #objects

- from core77.com

Rachell Sumpter’s cosmic watercolours are magic

- from juxtapoz.com

ZLDA’s landscape rings were so awesome H&M made a set of their very own… #IP #theft

- fromzlda.nl

LOWMAN’s excellent fingerprint #typeface

- from hellowman.nl

Ezri Tarazi’s sandbag sofa reflects the conflict “kalab (close to home)” in Israel

- from designboom