Francis Crick & James Watson, discovering the DNA structure Double Helix, 1953. USA.
This pencil sketch was made by Crick around this time. It demonstrates the importance of simple illustrations in conceptualising & communicating complex problems. More to read: welcomecollection
Next sundays cover The New York Times Magazine
New York Times Magazine also carries an ace blog called “The 6th Floor” , a fun read.
Gail Bichler: Design Director
Kathy Ryan: Director of Photography
Designers: Raul Aguila , Ben Grandgenett and Jason Sfetko
Design Associate: Audrey Rodriguez
Walter Balmer, poster design for calculator Summa 19, 1970. Design: Ettore Sottsass. For Olivetti, Italy. Photo Serge Libiszewski. Via eMuseum
New and redesigned cover MALL designed by Shuka Design from Russia
Аrt-director — Ivan Vasin
Designer — Kate Daugel-dauge
Mitsuo Katsui, poster artwork for collection Pleats Please – Issey Miyake, 1997. From the Dai Nippon Printing Archives. Die Neue Sammlung, München
Artist Michael Murph has created Gun Country, a site specific installation that consists of 130 toy guns for the open art competition ArtPrize this year.
One of my favorite mosaics in the whole city: Owl Tree, at the corner of Taylor and Post
Street Food in Italy: PESCE FRITTO AL CONO
Gelato’s not the only dish you can eat from a cone; you can also get fresh, fried seafood served in a paper cone in the streets of many Italian port towns. And this is fresh: the seafood comes right off the fishing boats that arrive at the port each morning, and gets tossed in a basic flour batter and then deep-fried in front of you. Depending on the catch of the day, you can get a cone full of small fish or a mixture of shrimp and squid. Drizzle a bit of lemon on top and eat it with your hands or the “spear” provided as you wander the streets.