Post #937 • January 12, 2007, 9:45 AM • 9 Comments
"I wrote and drew those sketches around 1975 and I'm so tickled to know that people still find them helpful today. It started as a slide presentation for my boss to show at the Disney meeting in Frankfurt. It went over so well that he asked me to expand on it when he returned. They printed 2000 copies and mailed it to all the Disney offices." (Reddit)
Indeed, why was the car there to begin with? Doesn't that defeat the whole idea of public transportation? Was it some kind of creative statement? The mind reels. Oh, never mind - Supergirl says coffee is on the way.
My man JL is working on his New York intinerary. Help him out.
Michael Kimmelman, still smarting from the New York Public Library deacquisition of Durand's Kindred Spirits, on Eakins and Philly.
FTrain, one of the primary inspirations for Artblog.net, is back in business.
I do not agree with what you say, but I will defend to, uhm, well... You know what? Forget it.
"Elsewhere is set within a three-story former thrift store housing an immense 58-year collection of American cultural objects amassed by one woman, Sylvia Gray, from 1939-1997. The collection includes thousands of toys, books, periodicals, clothing, fabric, games, trinkets, bric-a-brac, furniture, antiques, army surplus, and historical documents. ... Elsewhere's artist-residency program invites emerging and established artists across media to create site-specific works using the plethora of objects as materials within their work or as foundation for material, conceptual, or technological projects."