Sculptor Ron van der Ende was born in Delft and now lives in Rotterdam, creating these incredible bas-relief artworks out of found and salvaged wood. Unsurprisingly, my favorites are the ships and buildings.
‘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.
London-based design firm PostlerFerguson has created a set of wooden container ship toys, featuring the Emma Maersk, Arctic Princess and TI Asia, three of the largest cargo ships in the world. The aim is to introduce “gigantic complexity and abstraction of the global logistic system to the format of the classic wooden toy.” Such a beautiful color palette, too!