A giant tapas bar tries it one more time
In the past five years, YouTube has facilitated your avoidance behavior with numerous cultural phenomenons such as impersonations and making fun of people. Now the Guggenheim is cashing in on the Internet's split-second-of-fame dumping grounds for their upcoming art exhibition, YouTube Play: ... More >>
Designboom has a nice spread of dazzling subway stations from all over the world -- a cavelike, leaf-printed Stockholm entrance, a ribbed tube leading into the Bilbao Metro, a Rubbermaid theme in Prague, Imperial splendor in Moscow, these giant heatlamps in the U-bahn, etc. Glean it and weep; as w ... More >>
SXSW 2009: the sound of a thousand Babydick jokes cracking. Full list, with arbitrarily bolded highlights, below.
Heaven knows, William Bowers is the new movement in town. Provincializm: Spandex From Spain By William Bowers I'm giving that Monday columnist one last jab at my Pitchfork homesnakes before I’ll stoop to spoof more than his sagacious one-sentence-paragraph leads. What I mean to say is: Dancep ... More >>
New Yorkers revisit last year's promises and share hopes for 2006
Is the Museum of Modern Art becoming a madman who thinks it is king?
The pick of the museum store litter
Everything That Rises Must Converge
The World's Most Local Pop Music Goes International
The Guggenheim Museum Touches Bottom
Marquee Architects Draw Mixed Reviews on Campus