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Grady Corbitt

LOVELINES : From Love to Hate, in Words and Pictures
We are looking for a full time Front Office Assistant to support our administration and growing staff of 90 by handling the front desk. As Front Office Assistant, you will be part of the Admin Team in New York and will work closely with the Front Office Manager and the Office Assistant. You will have the unique opportunity to interact with every person who visits BIG. You will be responsible for: • Greeting visitors in a professional manner • Answering and directing phone calls • Responding to general inquiries • Monitoring the public office calendar and coordinating with the front office team • Preparing for meetings (providing coffee/water/lunch as required) • Maintaining the general upkeep and appearance of the reception area, conference rooms and other public spaces • Managing incoming and outgoing mail and packages • Assisting in the planning of office meetings and events • Assisting the Front Office team and Executive Management with general administrative and ad hoc tasks

BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group

BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group
Detail #1 High Density and Glow in the Dark special tints Detail #2 Interior print label Detail #3 All the products come with a free sticker-label featuring the brand Fail-ure® Fail-ure®
The Big Picture The Big Picture Equal parts travelogue, party, and sport, the Tour de France enthralls us every year with spectacular scenery and fierce competition. The 99th Tour this year covers 3,497 kilometers over 20 stages and a prologue, and can loosely be divided into three parts: the mostly-flat "sprinters'" stages in the first week, the high passes of the Alps in the second week, and the sharp ascents of the Pyrenees in the third week. Throughout, millions of fans with no need for tickets crowd the roads for the largest free sporting event and rolling party in the world, which unfolds in the world's largest stadium: the entire country of France, with bits of Belgium and Switzerland tossed in for good measure.
Main : Thomas Skou
Rutger Pauw | photographer
Connected - short film Set in the distant future, Connected is a story about survival and greed with a post apocalyptic wasteland as its backdrop. Survivors of an unknown disaster shuffle through a desolate landscape, as it quickly becomes clear that not everybody has the strength to survive. About the film Shot in deserted Faxe Kalkbrud, Denmark, and directed by Jens Raunkjær Christensen and Jonas Drotner Mouritsen, Connected is a unique short film, a sci-fi western with a tiny budget, but huge ambitions.

Connected - short film

Synaptic Stimuli

Synaptic Stimuli

The earth is a medium with a message External Stimuli : Desert Breath - El Gouna, Egypt, Danae Stratou (artist), Vital Space : Nature & Humanity Related Stimuli : Jim Denevan Themes : Sculpture Nodes : earth, land art, pattern, spiral
Screwed in Houston - Part 1 of 5
Inside Afghanistan-Fighting Alongside Stoned Afghan Soldiers
True Norwegian Black Metal - Part 1
Weekend Watching: Chasing Ice (2012) Directed by Jeff Orlowski Follow National Geographic photographer James Balog across the Arctic as he deploys time-lapse cameras designed for one purpose: to capture a multi-year record of the world’s changing glaciers. For The Armchair Tourist Google Street View: Angkor The World's Best Ever: design, fashion, art, music, photography,

The World's Best Ever: design, fashion, art, music, photography,

Image Fulgurator Image Fulgurator Foto by Richard Wilhelmer The Image Fulgurator is a device for physically manipulating photographs. It intervenes when a photo is being taken, without the photographer being able to detect anything.
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