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Friday, September 03, 2004
Random Friday things today. 'This is a plot of the path that autonomous vehicles in the DARPA Grand Challenge field test were to follow through the desert between California and Nevada. The entire course is around 200 miles long.' via lemonodor.

The work of Herzog and de Meuron / Frank Lloyd Wright merchandise / forgotten New York (via Archinect) / The Museum of Estonian Architecture / unusual petrol stations via the Cartoonist.

Russian Tank Museum, via Paperholic. See also, The Lost Border, Photographs of the Iron Curtain, Brian Rose's images of the remnants of the former border with the Eastern Bloc, and the new city that emerged after reunification (when Potsdamer Platz was Europe's biggest building site). Paperholic also brings this fabulous collection of Citroen press photos (including these early 'art car' 2CV models: I, II, III, IV - and a Meccano 2CV! Is this Francoise Hardy? (astride the incredible DS Decapotable, no less). The many cartoons bring to mind Jean-Jacques Sempé

Bloomsbury: books, art and design, via plep / fine covers (e.g. Quack Quack!, by Leonard Woolf (described as a very spirited attack upon human nature as it is at present by his wife, Virginia). Some hand-printed books by the Hogarth Press.

George Bush's medal collection / gloomy bear / The Sound of 7, music mixes, delivered in mp3 format / Arcades in Japan (via Said the Gramophone) / children's books from Japan / Clear Cut Press / Double Fold, the album of the book, by Scanner at Anglepoised / Broken Type, a weblog / smack the head of Borgstrom / Futura in the Royal Tenenbaums.

Sam Buxton's laser-cut metal sculptures are beautiful things. We haven't even tried to assemble ours yet - it looks way too complicated and besides, it's rather attractive in its flat state / Sonic Gear, the guitarology of Sonic Youth / Washington, isometric style (via plasticbag) / Snapshots of History, a sad tale of archiving gone awry.

Two great galleries of Chicago architecture, old and new / designer stamps (via scrubbles) / while we were away, Consumptive also decided to take a break - albeit a slightly longer one than we did. We shall miss this site. Visit Spitting Image instead.

Cute bent ply toy car at Mocoloco. See also offerings from BMW, Saab (more) and Mercedes. Start them young. Modernist 'toys' can get a little out of control. Check the Villa Sibi, a Barcelona pavilion style dolls house for the design-conscious parent desperate to imprint good taste on their child.

Trade Tricks, this one could run and run. Some of them have more than a hint of Viz magazine's Top Tips / The Edmund Fitzgerald, a truly great band.

Our stock is down!. Someone explain this to us, please.