San Francisco Newspaper Kiosks Become Tiny Museums

San Francisco Newspaper Kiosks Become Tiny Museums

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Tara Bellucci
Aug 15, 2013

Installed around the city in the 90s, San Francisco's newspaper kiosks have mostly served as distribution storage for dailies. Some have a new purpose, having transformed into single museum displays. A World View of Puppets is the first exhibit organized by Community Arts International. 

In other news, Getty Museum launches open source images, and Flickr cofounders try to kill work email. See the headlines after the jump

SF's Newspaper Kiosks Reborn As Tiny Street Museums | Architizer
Open Content, An Idea Whose Time Has Come | Getty
Flickr Cofounders Launch Slack, an Email Killer | Fast Company

(Image: via Architizer)

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