Imagine a densely populated city with not a scrap of outdoor advertising. This is a reality in São Paulo. Michael Canturi has looked into the creative ways the city has adapted to its changing environment.
When an English speaker doesn’t understand a word of what someone says, he/she says it’s ‘Greek to me’. A Hebrew speaker would say, it ’sounds like Chinese’. I’ve been told the Korean equivalent is ’sounds like Hebrew’.
President Obama unveiled new stimulus logos designed by Mode Project. We are thinking they look a little like fake logos from a movie, but I guess that's not bad considering it's the Federal Government.
David Trautrimas' Habitat Machines and Factories: digital composites of photographs that take everyday objects like sprinklers, staplers and coffee pots and turn them into architectural residences and factories.
"Old worn saddles have a beauty and patina of age that I find really attractive. The use of old, tired or broken saddles is an attempt to not only utilize an existing object, but also to elevate peoples perception of the old and pre-used..."