Check out this very cool project from Hale County, Alabama; skateboards made sustainably and locally from Alabama Bamboo. Or Alabamboo, if you will.

Kickstarter Page – https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1316956562/beacon-alley-skateboards

Walk through of the Heights Fire Station with AIGA Houston for the Portfolio Review Event. Why did we as a species stop making cool ceilings?

RIP Mr. Calderwood, what a brilliant work

Currently on display at the Brooklyn Museum.

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“And what are our needs for happiness? We need to walk just as birds need to fly. We need to be around other people. We need beauty. We need contact with nature. And most of all we need to not be excluded, we need some kind of equality” – Mayor Penalosa of Bogata

I’m always impressed by the work Always Creative does; Sugar & Rice is one of the strongest design projects I’ve seen anywhere.

Buckminster Fuller’s Biosphere in Montreal

In Queens

Such a great talk from Aaron Draplin tonight, its been a long time since I’ve heard a design talk that reminded me of anything I liked about design in the first place, or that talked about how its okay to not have any credentials or care about awards. Thanks Aaron, and thanks AIGA Houston for bringing him to town.






Tristeza nao tem fin, felicidade sim