Posts Tagged ‘design’

Megawords installation in New York City

Monday, September 5th, 2011

We’re putting together an installation for a Creative Time Project called Living as Form (more info at The show opens on September 24th at the Historic Essex Street Market in Manhattan, and it runs for 4 weeks. We’re creating a teen-aged warehouse hangout, and will be hosting events by KillScreen Magazine and the Copenhagen Game Collective, music by  “The Brutalist School” AKA Hsi-Chang Lin, more music by Georgia and a participatory dance performance organized by Joanna Quigley of Free Movement Specialists, INC.

A new issue of Megawords will also be available!

September 24–October 16

Thursday–Sunday, 12–8 PM
The historic Essex Street Market
Southeast corner of Essex and Delancey Streets 
(entrance on Delancey)
New York City
See a Google map here.

Here are some details about Megawords specific events (subject to change, so please check back for updates!)
September 24, Saturday
Show opens and live music performance by “The Brutalist School” AKA Hsi-Chang Lin

September 30, Friday
Two sessions
4:30 and 6:30pm
Kill Screen presents Copenhagen Game Collective’s Johan Sebastian Joust

October 8 , Saturday
Music by Justin Tripp and Brian Close of Georgia. Food by Megawords

October 14, Friday and October 15, Saturday
Three 20 minute performances each day
2pm, 4pm and 6pm
Free Movement Specialists, INC. is happy to guide you on a journey to being free. Free of all technique, all preexisting dance crazes and all worries of what you really look like when dancing in public. THIS is a judgement free zone.

Now Reading – Design as Art by Bruno Munari

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

“A designer is a planner with an aesthetic sense. “

The Drawbridge Quarterly

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

Recently I received the first copy of my new subscription to Drawbridge Quarterly. This intriguing newspaper is published in London. I love its informal and loose (in a good way) editorial that is packaged in a great looking and well designed format. As you can see here, the creative director Steven Coates takes excellent advantage of large, full color photographs and clean, restrained typography. Find out more here:

The Vignelli Canon

Friday, February 12th, 2010

“Whatever we do, if not understood, fails to communicate and is wasted effort. We design things which we think are semantically correct and syntactically consistent but if, at the point of fruition, no one understands the result, or the meaning of all that effort, the entire work is useless.” – Massimo Vignelli


Italian magazine stand

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

Photograph shot in Naples.

Snow day in Harlem

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

Harlem, New York.