Palumbus : Tom Harle
I think our architecture should reflect the struggles of our cities.
I feel like a lot of my friends would like Gregory Euclide, as suggested eloquently by Zolton at Lost at E Minor
I got tagged by Matthew Watson in one of those new-fangled internet MeMe things. Here's the original blurb about it… "The idea’s simple. We’re asking you to list the three communicators living or dead who have most influenced your way of thinking professionally and perhaps personally too. Who do you think the real innovators are? Who’s...
Thanks to Jo Walters for this one
I stumbled into the current Scott King show here on West 25th Street the other day, it turns out I’ve seen his work before but never knew it was him, if you know what I mean. I have a sneaking suspicion that he was responsible for the awesome ‘Cher Guevara‘ cover that won all those...
Admittedly it wasn’t the first thing that caught my eye, but I did have to laugh at this quote from Mischa Barton in August’s NYLON magazine: “I’ve always done dark material. I don’t do well with projects that don’t have some depth. For instance, crappy teen films. I’m useless with that.”
I've gone and entered the Orange balloon race. Give Ringo Racoon a nudge!
Inhabitat are "frustrated at seeing an emerging category called 'Green Design' as if sustainability is somehow separate from good design in general" a sentiment with which I entirely concur. They post regular features on new architectural projects, sustainable transport, housing, and anything else we'll need to adopt pretty soon for a healthy future. Actually, while we're talking about...
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