Must return for more.
Must return for more.
Storm From The East is a Tokyo-based web magazine covering design, architecture, culture and news from Japan.
Started in March 2006, we attract an ever-increasing number of readers from Asia, Europe, North and South America and Africa.
Mesmerizing. Things fall apart.
Rad. (And no, I don't *need* this yet, but it would be nice.)
I'm now riding at least one day a week to work and I'm totally hooked. As soon as we figure out childcare drop offs, I'll increase to three days a week.
Not sure all of these count as minimalism, but a nice collection of sites designed with a white and black color palette.
Some great magazine covers. Get prepared for a blitz about the death of magazine covers by every magazine company looking for a last splash.
I have some old Life and Harpers I'll have to find.
(Above by Jean Cocteau.)
The [South Park] park’s design is quirky, full of funny shapes that would drive a modernist mad, like the masonry pathways that evolved organically. I’m not nostalgic about the past, but I love that this place has the best parts of tradition.
Rob Forbes setting up Studio Forbes shop in South Park was a natural fit. Contrast of a high-tech mecca in a low-tech neighborhood suit Studio Forbes perfectly.
Maybe this will be a year-end craft project...though I'm not sure it will get us more storage, an extra bedroom, or a better night of sleep. Noting for future free time.
Take a look at the gallery. I was just commenting on the Yale Press logo yesterday. I assumed it was Rand because it's elegant and surprising modern look.
via @johnmaeda noting Rand's birth date.
Of course, at 325 square feet per parking space, all these cars would need over 3.8 square miles of space to park, about 3 times the size of Central Park. At that point, who would want to go to Manhattan anyway?
I took a crowded, but pleasant Hudson train into NYC this morning. On top of the millions of other reasons cities should have car restrictions, both market and government driven, is the 4 miles of parking lots required to handle the inbound cars.
(link from stupidfool.org.)