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Sunday, April 01, 2007


(The sadly defunct) ENZO.DS, a collection of clips of the classic Citroen DS on film. Fabulous stuff. A project by Wolfgang Thaler, who also had a hand in Touristen magazine / Mark Pawson's Disinfotainment website, a vast repository of practically everything counter-cultural, including his own books. See What are you collecting at the moment Mark?, for example / paintings by Alasdair Lindsay / Double-Tongued, 'a growing lexicon of fringe English, focusing on slang, jargon [and] new words...'. Compiled by lexicographer Grant Barrett / the BBC's Voices project.

Ah, McMansions / Jerry and Martha would like to offer you some Daily Art. Martha's vintage cookbook weblog, Grab An Apron, is worth a browse too / a new documentary, Plagues and Pleasures on the Salton Sea, narrated by John Waters. As previously noted, the west shores of the Sea, just off Route 86, host a ghost town, laid out but never finished. We also linked to Richard Heeps' photography of the area before.

A slide gallery of the now-approved Tate Modern Extension. The inclusion of interiors gives the project less of a fantastical appearance than the initial set of renders, but, permission or not, we feel this building is still a bit of a long shot. Anyone remember the V&A's ill-starred Spiral? Ironic that a 'structural analysis model' of the building should now be part of the museum's collection.

'Some buildings worth seeking out in Leicester, UK', among flickr photos by Ned Trifle / the London Underground Tube Diary / Swiss dig world's longest tunnel / Glancey considers James 'Athenian' Stuart to be a forerunner of international design homogenity: 'For it was Stuart who did most, perhaps unintentionally, to trigger a global architectural design, with Greek temples popping up in much the same way as McDonald's do now.' / at least Pearman agrees with us about the Hunchback.

A few pics of our pics at Wallpaper's Geneva Motor Show round-up / 'The first automatic train on the London underground could be hurtling into stations in three weeks, the government has revealed,' in 1963 / save the K8 phonebox, the rather unlovely 1960s version of the Gilbert Scott classic. Apparently only 12 are left. Apparently four of them are in Swindon. Read the original installation instructions, one of many, many documents at The Telephone File, 'A historical web site about UK Customer Telephone Apparatus and Systems'.

Dandyism / a new issue of Magenta Magazine / out-tricking the Trick with this 12-necked guitar, a project by artist Yoshihiko Satoh / Luminous Lint, 'for collectors and connoisseurs of fine photography' / any examples of presentable corporate weblogs? Like Blog Leaves, the Figleaves weblog. Or Innocent's smoothie talk. Or three's X-Series blog. All are admittedly lightly re-worked press releases presented as ongoing dialogues with their customers.

The London Pedestrian Routemap, via diamond geezer and also commented on by Hana (now on Myspace too) / the Railway Poster in Britain, an online exhibition / Rotational on Viktor Antonov's new game, The Crossing. Related, GTA IV has been announced, and the virtual urban playscape of the future just got a little bit more realistic.