Monthly Archives: November 2006

Heatherwick models of flow…NYC

SLICE CURL PEEL MELT. Thought you might enjoy this, the detailing of Thomas Heatherwick’s work on Longchamp, Soho, Manhattan. Maybe you’ve seen it, already. I was down town working, Soho, took a break, and went there: shot. Frankly, I’m actually … Continue reading

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Preventing illness.

Happy Monday. Be sure to wash, then retune. Before you work. Happy Monday! tsg

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The line.

The line I think that we visualize a line, passing through space because we place it there. Line scribes a line, threading between what is seen and experienced what is known and unknown, but the real question is this a … Continue reading

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I’m looking for the X.

I’ve been looking at, collecting X. Why, you might ask. It’s one of those things that you uncover from your memory — something past and misted. But there. The X is an ancient symbol — so old, its origin is … Continue reading

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Storm surge

There’s been wild and raging storms, surging up the coast — gale winds, ripping rains. Then, silence. I look out over the waters, and it’s still as ever, so quiet, it’s like there’s nothing there. Beyond the sighting cairn, the … Continue reading

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Puma stretching Ferrari

I was working back east, around Princeton and elsewhere out there, and came to this new modeling for Puma.  I really like the floors, which seem like they are made of some kind of silvery slop, hardened. And there are … Continue reading

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scent.

scented this, darling? I’m loving this, more: Dzongkha, L’Artisan Parfumeur. Or Timbuktu. 

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Quiet, the silent twins, mingled. They must be out wandering… Wishing well, all hallows day. tsg | princeton

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