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Back from NYC and raring to go

I’ve had a lovely first-ever trip to NYC and second trip to Seattle and now I’m ready to get started on the renovations. That is, once the plans are planned and drawn up etc. 299 more words

Interiors

Thanks for this parade!

Thanks for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, that’s what I say. I have been watching it this afternoon, and after a while it occurred to me that NBC had placed every one of its cameras so that the backdrop for marching bands, floats, balloons and entertainers on the route would be one or more beautiful buildings, with nary a modernist edifice in sight. 108 more words

Architecture

Julian Faulhaber

Julian Faulhaber photography is essentially about architecture and specifically about architecture that seems devoid of any signs of human habitation. These minimalist images evoke a futuristic purity of design over functionality.

Art And Design

Marketing Marley Marijuana: A Marketer's Dream Job?

Circa 1976 Peter Tosh, former member of the Bob Marley’s Wailers, in referring to the Jamaican marijuana (also known as ganja) sang, “Legalise it, don’t criticise it. 175 more words

Laura Callaghan

Last week the third issue of Danielle Pender’s Riposte magazine was launched and after she and designer Shaz Madani set such a high bar with the first two issues, we were interested to see how they’d followed up their previous success. 383 more words

Art And Design

Not Getting What you Want ? Find Out Who Is Responsible.

Have you ever felt bad when you see your Dad who seems to be doing all the work.If you have then you must increase that dissatisfaction.You are feeling responsible.That is good.You must accept responsibility. 459 more words

Software For The Mind

"Plains Indians, Artists of the Earth and Sky", and the Weekly Photo Challenge: Angular

It’s hard to miss the relationship of these triangular shapes: the tipi on the lawn and the huge Claes Oldenburg/Coojse Van Bruggen shuttlecock in the background at the Nelson Atkins Art Museum in Kansas City. 458 more words

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