New York Times' reader-generated "word train" charts the emotional tide of election day. Users can submit their mood every hour, and viewers can choose to see Obama or McCain supporters' submissions, or both.
Kazimir Malevich's "Suprematist Composition" (1916), sold for $60,002,500 at Sotheby's last night. Check out other works from the auction that brought in a total of $223,812,500 and included Edvard Munch’s "Vampire."
How to Make a Custom One-Off Skateboard. Thanks to a previous post on NOTCOT, Grease from Half Tone Def decided to give it a try and document the process from begging to end. The final Product came out RAD!
Ania Wagner's Barnacle Chair is made from sustainably harvested ash and lined with reclaimed industrial felt. It has two faces and two functions - the felt chair side, and the ash side that can be used to lean back on.
The NYC art scene is certainly in for a treat as Zaha Hadid, the mastermind behind the Chanel Mobile Art Capsule (which is currently on display in Central Park), has opened her own exhibition at the Sonnabend Gallery.