Sunday, April 20, 2008

Caught My Eye

A long list of things that caught my eye this week

The Lab from Velocity Art and Design with Matte Stephens looked like a lot of fun. (Via Shelterrific, Brainiac on Art). I LOVE the 3D paper sculpture owl and bear monster. I would like to have one of my very own!

The amazing visual work of Pascal Blanchet spotlighted on Yummy Fresh Grain Feed.

Brooklyn Modern on Design Sponge and Bluelines.

Lou Dorfman's "gastrotypographicalassemblage" wall spotlighted on Oh Joy!

Love this house shown on Retro Renovation.

Cinema Treasures, the ultimate guide to classic movie theaters (via Librarian In Black). 345 theaters are listed for Georgia, but sadly many are closed or demolished. Atlanta does thankfully still have the Fox theater which was saved from demolition in 1975. Need to add this to my to do list when I visit other cities.

Terry Hall designed V-Neck sweater from Fred Perry (via Retro to Go).

Record Store Day (via NPR, NYTimes). A map of the record stores still available in NYC.

Subway Crush on the New York Subway.

Gnarls Barkley promoting their latest album (via NPR, SNL). The new album means getting to see their latest video creations --Run, Smiley Faces

A blog dedicated to food cartoons with faces. (Via Pop Candy)

Sweat Equity
story from the NYTimes on Decorno.

Interview with Scott Douglas about his book Quiet Please: Dispatches from a Public Librarian. He also mentions the details of his library inspired wedding.

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