Héctor Serrano is an industrial designer with offices in London, UK and Valencia, Spain. His recent project Desktructure for the company Seletti is a collection of modular desk accessories.
The USS Alabama (BB-60), a South Dakota-class battleship that served in WWII, measures 680 feet from stem to stern, half as long as the Empire State Building is tall, and 108 feet at the widest point. She was decommissioned in 1947, fully retired in 1962 and, in 1965, became a museum ship.
Off the Wall is a series of temporary installations in public spaces throughout Baltimore, initiated as an outreach effort by the Walters Art Museum. Reproductions of paintings from the museum’s permanent collection are on view through the end of 2013, including Shipwreck in a Storm by Willen van Diest at 200 East Pratt St.
After Failed Court Battle, Crew Demolish Former Gamble House: like the worst April Fools’ joke ever, but this really happened on Monday.
The “Ghost Ship”: a crazy find, not far from downtown Cincinnati.
Windows of New York: Jose Guizar illustrates NYC windows and the peeks into strangers’ lives that they contain.
A Newbie’s Travel Guide to Detroit: exactly what you think it is.
Inadequate Housing: photos of tiny Hong Kong apartments.
Born in Kent, Mike Bernard is now based in Devon, UK, where he creates landscapes that incorporate acrylic paint and mixed media collage elements. The resulting works focus primarily on landscapes of European cities and coastal villages, with “happy accidents” during the creative process providing surprising details and color combinations.
‘Harry’s Law’ Gets Cinci-fied: “9 p.m. Wednesday is a much tougher neighborhood than Over-the-Rhine. I don’t think anybody expects we’ll win the time period.”
‘Harry’s Law’ Version of Arnold’s: bizarre, well-detailed recreation of the beloved downtown Cincinnati institution. But where’s the patio?
A New Rental Community Model in OTR: interesting news about Friar’s Court in Cincinnati.
New York Bodegas Are on the Brink After the ‘Worst Summer Ever’: sad news for corner stores in NYC and elsewhere.
The Densest (Urban) Environment in the World: “1187 feet long, and having capacity for nearly 9,000 passengers and crew members, the population density [...] can effectively exceed 1.2 million per square mile.” Can you guess what it is?
I don’t know how I initially came across Matt W. Moore, a.k.a. MWM Graphics, but I’ve been following his work for a while. Recently, Matt visited Cincinnati from his home in Portland, ME — he created a new series of paintings which are on display at YES Gallery in Over-the-Rhine, and he also painted this mural on the façade of a small building on Clay St. at Melindy.