Banksy 'Mobile Phone Lovers' Form: portrait, grey scale Content: two people in a relationship, mobile phones Emotions: interesting, thought provoking, technology, shows how everyone is obssesed with technology these days
Wych Street, 1901. Wych Street is no longer there, but was a street in London, roughly where Australia House now stands on Aldwych. It ran west from the church of St Clement Danes on the Strand to a point towards the southern end of Drury Lane. The street was demolished by the London County Council in around 1901, as part of the redevelopment that created the Kingsway and Aldwych.
"easy to hide." an interesting selling point… ( . Y . ) // So your friends and family don’t have to know you’ve been bristol-browsing online. Or reading #fantasticdrivel. Or doing something else embarrassing.
Before entering stores such as Best Buy, Target or Macy’s, Kelly Smith makes sure to turn on her smartphone’s GPS. She’s looking for “kickbucks,” the points she wins by entering stores associated with the cell phone application Shopkick. Scanning the barcode of items she’s interested in once in the store also earns her Shopkick points, which she can redeem for merchandise or discounts.