This is real. Scoutingny.com posted it. Amazing. Wonder if their Coca-Cola still has cocaine in it. And costs five cents.
(And I’d like to know what scoutingnyc knows about international restaurants that prevents this from stealing the global superlative.) Via KR.
Interesting article in the Atlantic about a global trend in sustainable live/work communities constructed from shipping containers.
I love this stuff. I’ve been wanting to use it in a project for ages. It has such a great feel, both hard and institutional and warm and nostalgic. And I love the color going on here with the newer lockers. This is from the High School of Art and Design.
Insanely beautiful and cool early 20th century photos of New York from the NY Municipal Archives were published on The Atlantic website. Check them out.
BibliOdyssey has a post displaying fantastic samples from Columbia University’s collection of commercial stationary.
Now I just need to build one.
I met photographer Naho Kubota when Brutus magazine brought her here to shoot our home, and the pictures she took were so amazing that I asked her to come back and take more like this one above of our kitchen. Check out Naho’s work and check out the pix she took of our place.
This is nice. Good use of tambour and curves. The 30s is always a good time to copy.