Black Tie Beach « Improv Everywhere - Flock (View it larger on YouTube) Produced by Charlie Todd and Matt Adams / music by Tyler Walker For our latest mission we had several hundred agents spend a day at Coney Island / Brighton Beach wearing black tie attire. We covered a mile-long stretch of beach with a diverse group of people of all ages (from babies to sixty-somethings) laying out, playing games, and swimming in the ocean, all in formal wear. Agents were instructed to find cheap tuxedos and ball gowns at thrift stores for the occasion. Shot by: Matt Adams, Jason Eppink, Keith Haskel, Erik Martin, Chloe Smolkin, Charlie Todd Photography: Brian Fountain, Ari Scott, Katie Sokoler (full flickr sets for each photographer at the bottom of this post.) pre-mission briefing About a month before the mission, we sent out a notice to our New York Mailing List informing agents that for our next mission they would need to procure black tie attire that they didn’t mind ruining. The crowd of agents Scuba gear! Agents approaching the boardwalk
El campo de cebada YouKioske.com - Revistas, Periodicos, Comics, Libros. Paris Notes: Hidden Paris Hidden Paris Paris Notes contributor and author of Paris Discovered : Explorations in the City of Light Friends and acquaintances often ask which is my very favorite of all the places I’ve visited and written about in Paris. Having fallen in love with so much of the City of Light, this is a tough one to answer. But I will have to say that some of my most memorable destinations have been the most unusual—those that haven’t made the guide books. Paris is a city of endless surprises, and walking is the best way to get to know it. Get yourself a good map or maps. And now, some of my favorite discoveries, to take you into Hidden Paris. For all of you Claude Monet fans out there, the Musée d’Orsay, the Musée de l’Orangerie and nearby Giverny are special treats. Here’s a good “Where’s Waldo?” Precisely at 8:15 a.m. on a hot and sunny August 6, 1945, a B-29 Superfortress unleashed its atomic cargo on Hiroshima, leveling the city and killing 130,000 people.
esconDITEDITE An Old Slaughterhouse Is Now A Public Cinema Center in Matadero de Legazpi, Madrid photo © Fernando Guerra, FG+SG Architectural Photography When architects and designers are called in to redesign a space that already exists for a specific reason and their goal is to reinvent that space for an entirely different use, professionals are faced with a duality of responsibility and potential. In order to respect what once was and bring truth and beauty to the space that is without time or purpose, the task at hand becomes visceral. These questions emerged when churtichaga+quadra salcedo (ch+qs) architects commenced on their project to turn an old slaughterhouse in Legazpi, Madrid into a public cinema center. The designer had the following three inspirations to draw from when creating the design: The magical backlight and contrast of the films, a childhood fascination with basketry and weaving, and technical human infinite geometries. The dark gray pine wood acts as a backdrop where the designer let his memory and imagination come to life. sources:
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