Wings for the IRT: The Irresistible Romance of Travel by Jane Greengold is a permanent multi-part installation in the Grand Army Plaza subway station in Brooklyn.
I know it’s not, but this bit of graffiti looks like a landscape with a massive bridge. Spotted in an alleyway in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood of Cincinnati.
Recently, I had the chance to take a guided bicycle tour of Oak Park, the Chicago suburb where Frank Lloyd Wright lived and practiced for a number of years. The 2-hour tour includes 22 structures designed or renovated by Wright, scattered throughout the town.
UC Professor’s Project Is Labor of Love: tonight in the DeSales Corner parking lot, a free screening of films about some residents of Walnut Hills, Cincinnati.
The 2014 Letterpress Trail, Part One: we met Chicago-based Starshaped Press at Signature Mix earlier this year; last week, the crew visited Nashville and Cincinnati.
Giant Robot Returns to Downtown Cincinnati: Nam June Paik’s Metrobot returns on 10 Sep 2014!
Gentrification, Inc.: if you’d like to know how the machine operates, read this.
Baltimore Gets a Giant Bus Stop Shaped Like the Word ‘Bus’: exactly what the title says, and the results are pretty awesome.
New York Has Nine Starbucks for Every Square Mile in Manhattan: you don’t even have to read the article, just the title.
Impressive Photos of the Detroit Masonic Temple: apparently it’s the largest in the world.
7th Avenue Night by Jeremy Mann
Jeremy Mann is a contemporary painter based in San Francisco whose practice includes landscape painting, and my favorite images of his are these moody Manhattan cityscapes filled with ambient light, reflections and often rain or fog.
In Denver, on 15th St. between Market and Larimer Sts., behold this glorious ghost sign advertising Cook’s Paints. “Best for wear and weather” — interesting because I would assume that the sign was painted using this paint, and it looks rather worn.
The Golden Muse, painted by Tim Parsley and a team of ArtWorks apprentices, is located across the street from Washington Park, on the corner of 13th and Race Sts. in Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati.