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Archive for May 23rd, 2017

a geographically accurate New York City subway map

May 23rd, 2017 by admin

Sorry it’s light and hard to see, but I’m not at my laptop to give it a shot of photoshop to boost the colors, contrast, and tints. What you can see though, if you click on it for full size, is that it’s realistic
unlike the geometically abstract lines and curves method of Vignelli’s 70’s style we are used to

https://www.citylab.com/design/2017/05/what-a-geographically-accurate-new-york-subway-map-looks-like/527247/

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a geographically accurate New York City subway map

how does a dog sled sell tires? I can only think that it’s going to cause a spectacle and free publicity

May 23rd, 2017 by admin

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how does a dog sled sell tires? I can only think that it’s going to cause a spectacle and free publicity

looks like the 4 wheel sidecar has been resurected or replicated, this was at the 2017 Bangkok Custom show

May 23rd, 2017 by admin

http://www.hotrod.com/articles/100-photos-customs-bikes-hot-rods-bangkok-custom-show

hard to tell, there are some similarities…. and I just saw this one in the lower photo sitting neglected, on facebook.

in the 1890s, when cycling became more affordable and available to the less affluent, the office clerks and laborers, the bike disrupted the social strata by mixing the wealthy and the poor in one hobby, much like access to public parks and libraries did

May 23rd, 2017 by admin

“Professional men would bike to get out of the city, into the fresh air and particularly beyond all the hordes of immigrants who were flooding the area. And then, lo and behold, they found these same folks were following them out on bicycles.”

“The bicycle is indeed the great leveler,” reported The Century magazine in 1894. “It puts the poor man on a level with the rich, enabling him to ‘sing the song of the open road’ as freely as the millionaire.”

read a whole article about it: