This is a fantastic visualization of the American political spectrum created in the fall of 2009. While it is very useful it is very black and white … blue and red … whatever.
Earlier this week, it worried me a little to see how New York broke down during the snow storm everyone has been calling Snowpocalypse. I’d never expected to see an abandoned bus and cars in the middle of a major street like Driggs Avenue. They stayed snowbound for at least 24 hours.
Baltimore-based street artist Gaia has created a Google Map of all his spots on the street of Maryland’s largest city [buffed (in red) & running (in blue)]. It’s a fascinating record which will probably have incredible art historical value for future writers, historians, and researchers — and the fanboys will love it too. I, for […]
Oh, there’s never a dull moment in my life and this week Artlog gave me an award for my urine-drenched urine-related tweet last week. What was my award-winning tweet, you ask? Well, I posted a link to a short post I wrote for Hyperallergic with the following snark: I love urine-related humor, just sayin’ // […]