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About two weeks ago we stumbled upon Rinpaeshidan, a drawing team in Japan. We can’t get enough of them. There is something kind of magical on their willingness to draw on top of each other.
This is a good idea they had: to make a four panel drawing that they can switch around the panels like a puzzle. Check out their website too for more good stuff. I think we will be seeing a lot from this crew.
About a year ago we saw a really great exhibit at The Guggenheim Museum, one of the coolest buildings ever built. It was on the architect Zaha Hadid who probably is the foremost designer of cool buildings today.
Granted it’s hard to beat NYC. As Wired pointed out awhile back: “It’s got 468 stations, 842 miles of track and twice as many daily riders (5 million) as every other rapid-transit system in the United States combined.” That said, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Paris, & London are all pretty darn impressive. Check them, and several others, out here.
Not eating your vegetables? Not a member of The Clean Plate Club yet? Better hope the parents don’t pull a page out of the Modern Times guide.
Do you know what Mercury Thiocyanide looks like when you burn it? How would you describe this? I am afraid that some language may be inappropriate…
Enviromental Graffiti showed us a variation on yesterday’s Hi-End Junkbots post, with a series of fantasy habitats made from discarded kitchen appliances and utensils. As my son said quite sometime ago “Everything is Art”. Tweet