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    Blatant Procrastination

    bryan boyer Apr 12 '05 4

    For the open house last Friday we had a dog and pony show of a crit which resulted in many people producing models and such just to have something to show. I jumped straight into a model that is now a little overbearing but rethinking it is proving to be more formidable a task than I had expected. Instead of drawing that diagram I really need to draw right now, I think I'll share a random collection of images.

    P.S. the Loopholes site has been updated with a real-deal schedule in fancy PDF format.


    I don't know if it's a ball I'm having...


    Interior of the Javits center in NY. JC and I were down there on Monday doing a site survey for a project we're working on with five others as part of Toshiko's class. Getting drunk at the Swedish Consulate General's townhouse on Park Ave. was a required part of the expedition as well.


    I like the McFetridge quality to this graffiti in the NY subway.


    During spring break last month I was in California and stopped by the De Young construction site. A gaping hole in the fencing begged for visitors, so I took the opportunity to hold a small communion with the pocked copper facade.


    It was all fun and games until someone got locked inside a studio desk.

     

     
    • 4 Comments

    • David Cuthbert
      Apr 12, 05 8:54 am

      what the hell how small is that person???

      bryan boyer
      Apr 12, 05 3:06 pm

      There's a surprising amount of space in there. Who is going to accept this challenge: how many people fit in your studio desk?

      lizok
      Apr 13, 05 2:20 am

      The De Young Museum is great! It's not going to open until October [probably later in reality], but they already hung cool little lamps and put in funny little chairs in the lobby.

      also, there were HUGE styrofoam blocks [at least 4 feet on the shortest side] in geometric piles all around. I was there at night, so there was no one to ask about their purpose. any ideas?

      lizok
      Apr 13, 05 2:20 am

      The De Young Museum is great! It's not going to open until October [probably later in reality], but they already hung cool little lamps and put in funny little chairs in the lobby.

      also, there were HUGE styrofoam blocks [at least 4 feet on the shortest side] in geometric piles all around. I was there at night, so there was no one to ask about their purpose. any ideas?

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