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Not so good. It is nice to give people a place to rant, but the thesaurus gets used up fast and there are only so many ways to say “it sucks”.
A little later in the morning things were clearer.
So this happened. global.nytimes.com. The International Herald Tribune and the New York Times Global Edition are now fully the same. I like the fact that international affairs will now be a little more front and center.
Fantastic long exposures of airplane landings by Branislav Kropilak
Park Interactives by Dunne and Raby
Parks are strange places. During the day happy families play out idealised
scenarios of modern life, while at night, they become sites for a variety of illicit activities. Our furniture will make some of these night-time activities more convenient and at the same time, offer a critique of the kind of design that is always trying to make things nice, convenient, user-friendly, efficient and ergonomic (especially public furniture).
via The Moment. The original drawing comes by way of Craig Robinson who has an over abundance of wonderful things, some sports related, at flip flop flyin’.
Apologies to Craig for initially missing the attribution
This system of 50 symbol signs was designed for use at the crossroads of modern life: in airports and other transportation hubs and at large international events. Produced through a collaboration between the AIGA and the U.S. Department of Transportation, they are an example of how public-minded designers can address a universal communication need.
Simon Evan’s work is at James Cohan Gallery in New York City, until April 4th.
Erika La Tour Eiffel, like Eija-Riitta Berliner-Mauer – the woman who married the Berlin Wall, is an “objectum sexual”, people who fall literally in love with buildings and objects. They have sex and relationships with them; their passion as ardent as any human relationship.