I think most people are a little suspicious of the high price tag attached to large commercial re-branding and logo design projects. They look at something like this three letter wordmark for Nokia's 'Nex' division and wonder why something so simple cost so much to develop. Surely an experienced graphic designer could knock that out in an afternoon.
Living Light is an interactive architectural installation in South Korea's capital Seuol designed by American and Korean architects David Benjamin and Soo-in Yang. It's part of an ambitious project aimed at creating structures that respond to both the physical and cultural environment. In their words the Living Architecture Lab aims to "to make visible the invisible forces that shape our world".
Italian street artist Blu has recently uploaded an epic collaborative animation project with American artist David Ellis. His creatures are brought to life using stop-motion animation where key frames are painted on walls and streets, sometimes at scales of ten or twenty meters, and then painstakingly whitewashed and re-painted.