The Cellar Door

July 6, 2007

Filed under: architecture, cities — oglezah @ 3:53 pm

The list of the top 25 urban elements that make our cities around the world.


July 4, 2007


Filed under: Uncategorized — oglezah @ 10:01 pm

c/o Magnum Photos

June 26, 2007

Filed under: environment, humor, politics — oglezah @ 3:59 pm

America’s answer to global warming.

June 14, 2007

Fashion Police

Filed under: fashion — oglezah @ 10:35 am

Finally, the law takes into its own hands those hideous low-riding pants.  I wonder if they’ll target ladies exposing their thongs next.

Design economy

Filed under: design — oglezah @ 9:37 am

Ever wondered why DVD cases are bigger than CD cases even though the actual product is the same? Read on.

May 3, 2007


Filed under: babies — oglezah @ 1:38 pm


April 12, 2007

Deaths in the Arts

Filed under: art, death, literature — oglezah @ 9:27 am

Sadly, two great figures in the modern arts have died this week. Sol Lewitt, master of conceptualism, and Kurt Vonnegut, master of literary counter-culture.

April 10, 2007

Happy National Siblings Day

Filed under: holiday, photography — oglezah @ 9:02 am

(c) Elliott Erwitt / Magnum Photos
© Elliott Erwitt / Magnum Photos

April 6, 2007

Filed under: design — oglezah @ 8:26 am


April 3, 2007

If you need a book to read…

Filed under: books — oglezah @ 10:03 am

I highly recommend Tom Robbin’s Skinny Legs and All.

Comical, political, cultural, philosophical, lyrical, it covers the fantastical, the everyday, and current events. Everything a good book should be.  The complexity of it makes me want to compare it to the my favorite movie of the moment Pan’s Labyrinth. But with more relevance to the present.  And with more absurd characters, starring the Arab and Jew duo, the NYC artist duo from evangelical Virginia, and not to mention the quintet of animate objects the Painted Stick, the Conch Shell, the Can o Beans, the Dirty Sock, and the Silver Spoon.

It paints imagery from “as twilight was buttering the stones of the city” to an applicable description of the state of dating “bachelors…having been hurt at point A, they insured themselves against being hurt again at point C, by becoming assholes at point B.” Love it.

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