Cloaked in white

Is there really such a thing as a ‘SuperHouse‘? In the old days we called them McMansions. What’s clear today is that there’s such a thing as the ‘Modernist McMansion’ – McModernism, perhaps – a style of building that’s just as bloated and excessive as any pastiche, only it’s cloaked in the stylistic language of ‘progressive architecture’, hiding a multitude of sins / Bruno Munari, pioneer of the Modernist book, at Letterology / behind the scenes with Container List, the Baader-Meinhof Library Escape, a meticulously planned illustration by James McMullan. His Line by Line series of drawing lessons are worth a read / Artisan Books make publications for artists and illustrators / a gallery of people using phones by Timo Arnall / the Swincar is an electric fun buggy from France / Marcello Barenghi streams the creation of his photo-realistic paintings on Youtube / the lost relics of PostModernism, a list by Charles Holland for dezeen / The Ault & Wiborg Poster Album, as presented by Codex 99.

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