Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Wrapped Reichstag, Berlin, 1971-95 Photo: Wolfgang Volz © 1995 Christo Was reading an article online that referenced this art installation Wrapped Reichstag, by Christo and Jeanne-Claude from 1995. I’d never heard of it so searched it up. I find the studies and models leading up to the installation fascinating. It’s impressive how in the […]
In an article over at DeZeen, Christine Murray makes the argument that “It’s time for architects to choose ethics over aesthetics,” or as she goes on to elaborate, over business relationships and patronage. I couldn’t agree more. Yet architects are lazy and unprofessional when it comes to material selection. A major survey by the AIA […]
Installation artwork by Pipilotti Rist It would be lovely to be able to experience these installations by Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, but the pictures are great too. There’s a good interview with the artist over on designboom.com. Photo by Poul Buchard Brøndum & Co. “if i could bring […]
I am digging the custom cabinetry and millwork in this apartment posted over at dezeen.com, however I think I’m most transfixed by the massive blank wall over the kitchen sink. I can’t decide if it’s genius as it is or begging for something to be hung there. Maybe it’s both, and that’s what makes it […]
I’m not a huge basketball fan, but I do dig illustration, murals and public installations of this sort. Also love a good process video. Timothy Goodman with a slam dunk from free throw line. More photos and the aforementioned process video at designboom.