For a good long moment, I stared at the great verticality of the building. I stared at a young man's bright purple pants. And I stared at cinema's one-of-a-kind, Maggie Cheung, standing so casually beside me.
2 or 3 things...
I liked the museum's architecture, designed by Japanese firm SANAA I liked the Wolff Olins graphic campaign (thus, I kept my beautiful ticket stub) I liked the colorful bathroom tiles, as I photographed above.
After years of traveling the globe, the Icelandic Alt. rock group, Sigur Rós, longed to return home and play for the very country and people who helped cultivate their distinct sound.
The beautiful film,Heima, documents the 2 week journey of Sigur Rós as they played free, unannounced concerts for the people and places that make up "home". Whether it was in old factories, community halls, barely fields, or at the foot of majestic mountains, old & young grabbed a blanket and listened to their famed-boys play just for them.
watch trailer The film has a beautifully eerie "Pink Floyd" feeling
...so a little chaos is fun. Sometimes I feel a bit burdened by the esteemed world of design. So I think my style tends to fall between: clean elegance + pack-rat eclecticism. I try to control my piles and random collections, but maybe I should embrace it more? perfection is kinda boring...much less, possible?
An abandoned 16-room Bronx mansion, previously owned by Williams Evers, was just bought by a young family for $675,000 Practically untouched for decades, the house is just radiating mystery ...and tedious renovation!