926 high-resolution posters available from the Library of Congress. Beautiful resource of Machine Age design.
Tomorrow, in a year is a Darwin opera, celebrating The Origin of Species’ 150-year anniversary, with music by The Knife. > The performance falls into two parts – analogous to the development and publications of The Origin of Species. The first part of the performance concentrates on studying the subelements – the underlying DNA sequences and interrelationships of the image, the narrative, the movement and the music – a kind of micro-biological, morphological study. The second part of the performance is a synthesis where an enclosed totality emerges before once more mutating and passing into new forms made of the same material. New editions appear with echoes in the surrounding world. It debuts in November 2009 in Copenhagen and I’d love to be there.
A handful of security cameras are pointed toward the K-State Student Union parking lots. I’ve always had my doubts about whether they were real, thinking their placement and aim seemed much too haphazard to indicate anything but decoys — warding away petty thieves from stealing your CDs and radar detectors ...