Monthly Archives: October 2008

/ Political Art and Street Signs

Someone is into Obama in my hood. Sadly, the light changed when I went to take the picture and I was not into getting another picture and made my way to the subway. This is a neat form of street/political … Continue reading

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/ Floor and Paint: Operation New Digs

It is starting to look like an STC office… And soon should look like this off the elevator.

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/ Mobile Art in Central Park

Don’t miss the long Contemporary Art container designed by Zaha Hadid for Chanel and its traveling exhibition. The show runs until mid November. Taking a concept radically opposed to the Bauhaus and its rigid functionality, Zaha Hadid, Pritzker prize winner, … Continue reading

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/ Sign Fail

We all know about fail blog. Today i saw a failed sign. Note the spelling of “high.”

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/ New Digs: Week of October 7th

The huge AC unit has arrived and has been fitted to the south window. Unfortunately we losing some natural light. They replaced the two antique wired windows of the conference room, and now it really look like you are going … Continue reading

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/ Upcoming Lecture at FIT

These guys are really out there with a lot of brilliant ideas so it should be an interesting presentation. Register here if you want to go. TUESDAY 11 NOVEMBER 2008 6:30–8:30PM – $40 for AIGA non-members Diller Scofidio + Renfro … Continue reading

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/ Fun with Postal Addresses

Harriet Russell was an art school student at the Glasgow School of Art. Among other things she makes postal address art and sees if the Royal Mail will deliver them.

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/ Robot Girl (Blade Runner)

Did everyone see or read Blade Runner? Meet Robot Girl

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/ Missing Art Form: The Record Covers

There is one thing that I really miss from vinyl records, it is the physical album covers. I started collecting JAZZ record covers especially those designed by Reid Miles, a graphic designer hired by blue note records in the 1950. … Continue reading

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/ New Digs: New York Office Updates

Here are some images of the new space progression: Here is a view of the lobby with the anticipated red glass panels An exploratory idea on wrapping the lobby column – I am thinking the front side should be signed … Continue reading

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