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Rather abstract -- reminds me of Krazy Kat or another old comic ? Like it, anyway.
Who knew the Futurist was a Colorist ? Vienna had its influence on a number of early Europeans, no ?
cant post any images (the site is in flash) but it has a huge collection of scarpa's drawings for castelvecchioscarpa
i hadn't seen that more 'polished', detailed sant'elia drawing before. starts to look like otto wagner. no wonder they didn't publicize that one more. he was WAY too establishment; that would have been embarrassing. the ones that look like they were dashed off in very little time and with very little detail are much more futurist-appropriate.
have we had links to kelvin's flickr site of all-rudolph-all-the-time yet?here.
some beautiful stuff in there.
in the book i have on Sant Elia there is a whole section titled "Under the sign of Otto Wagner"...
Le Volcan [The Volcano] Le Havre, France -
sketch by Oscar Niemeyer (in honor of his birthday)
Thomas Jefferson - draft sketch of Rotunda at University of Virginia
William Chambers (1723-1796)
Presentation drawing for Marylebone Parish Church London
Pencil, pen, ink and watercolour
distant that is cash money
le bossman -- I'm sorry -- I don't understand your question.
it was not a question. it was a comment. by saying it is "cash money," it is like saying, "that is cool. and by cool, i mean totally sweet."
I get my hair cut at eye candy. This thread is a constant reminder that I need to get my hair cut.
pink poche ? punk !
le bossman -- ok -- guess that makes me decidedly "uncool" since that phrase is not a part of my day-to-day vocabulary ... thanks for the explanation, and the complement.
How do you post jpegs? I want to contribute.
In VERY faint gray at the bottom of the "post a response" box is the protocol for posting a link.
please use the "preview" button while you're learning how to post images.
my previews never work
yeah they don't once you're on the second page. also JordanS, you can't post an image from your hard drive, it has to be from a website (ie flickr, photobucket, etc)
Post subject: Posting images
In response to requests, here are the steps I take to post photograpic images on this site:
I have an iMac which comes with a utility called iPhoto. I can import images to iPhoto from my camera, from my scanner, or be dragging images from online sources to my Desktop and thence to iPhoto. After manipulating images as desired in iPhoto (straightening, exposure, color, etc) they are exported to Sites or Documents within the computer; the size of the image is selected during this procedure. (Width of 420 or less is desirable to fit on the archinect page; the larger the image the slower will be the upload for viewers of the forum.)
Now I open my Yahoo Small Business Web Hosting utility ($9.95/mo from At&T) -- other web host options are Photobucket, Shutterfly, etc, some of which are free. I select Upload Files and choose the images from my Sites or Documents that I had previously exported. Once these are uploaded to the web hosting site, I can preview them; as I do this the URL (web address) of each image appears in the address window on my computer. It is this URL that I need to post the image on Wright Chat.
Once the URL(s) have appeared in my address window, they are available in the History list, where I can find them to copy (paste) into my Wright Chat post. To make them appear as photos I need to surround each URL with the following: but without spaces.
[edited last paragraphs]:
Now I open my Yahoo Small Business Web Hosting utility ($9.95/mo from At&T) -- other web host options are Photobucket, Shutterfly, etc, some of which are free. I select Upload Files and choose the images from my Sites or Documents that I had previously exported. Once these are uploaded to the web hosting site, I can preview them; as I do this the URL (web address) of each image appears in the address window on my computer. It is this URL that I need to post the image on archinect.
Once the URL(s) have appeared in my address window, they are available in the History list, where I can find them to copy (paste) into my archinect post. To make them appear as photos I need to follow the protocol shown below the post box.
this is an official request to get back to the artwork
a drawing by an artist named allison owen
the maya lin hump:
bossman, that reminds me of one of my favorite drawings.
steve skidmore (i wish it were larger, he truely does beautiful pen work)
that map of the french campaign in russia is great. have you read the book mappings? there's an article by james corner in it with that map
escher, the most glorious
I haven't bossman, but I did see a lecture by Ed Tuft where he talked about it extensively.
Hey thanks SDR I have a mac too.
so i just type "" and it should work?
I believe I figured it out.
You did. Unfortunately your image is only 100 pixels wide. Is the original available ?
Ya I have the original.
I still think their too small too enjoy.
Memorial Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA,
1870-78 (Ware & Van Brunt)
W. Watts Sherman house, Newport, RI, 1874-75 (H. H. Richardson)
perspective sketch by Stanford White
W. Watts Sherman house, Newport, RI, 1874-76 (H. H. Richardson)
hall interior, sketch by Stanford White
does anybody have the "unbuilt america" book by Alison Sky?
Viva el Urbanismo Post apocalyptico!
That doesn't look like New Urbanism to me. . .Toto, I don't think we're in Seaside any more. . .!
No, but it does look alot more fun and interesting!
Absolument. . .
Speaking of bouleversee. . .Daniel Libeskind
I am immensely facinated by his drawings, even if his latest built work is a bit lacking