Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Thom Mayne at UCLA '08

Heritage Transformed with Thom Mayne...

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Edison - Tonka Truck

edison - tonka truck from edison on Vimeo.

Las manos mas rapidas del oeste!!!

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Monday, November 16, 2009

Sunday, November 15, 2009


Put your heart to everything!

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Radio Futura - la edad de oro 2ª parte

Domingo de recuerdos musicales!!!
Creci en los 80's y como cada Domingo mi padre se reunia con uno de sus mejores amigos de la juventud a cotorrear, tomarse una birrias (cervezas, en tijuas) y lo mejor escuchar buena musica. En la sala, el stereo tocaba a Pink Floyd, Beatles, Iron Butterfly, Ramones, Doors, y a altas horas de la noche a John Coltrane y Mile Davis. En ocasiones en mi cuarto mi grabadora tocaba a Radio Futura....afuera el vecino en su carro con las bocinas a todo volumen se escuchaba a los Bukis, y en la esquina de la cuadra a 2Live Crew!!! Beauty @ KaZaнтип 2009

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Thursday, November 5, 2009

Destino DALI + Walt Disney

"Destino" a project by Walt Disney + Salvador Dali + Mexican songwriter Armando Domiguez.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009


Renowned French anthropologist Claude Levi-Strauss has died, aged 100. One of the most influential French intellectuals of the 20th Century, he founded the structuralist school of anthropology in the 1950s. Levi-Strauss's books include Tristes Tropiques - a 1955 biographical book regarded as a classic - as well as The Savage Mind and The Raw and the Cooked. In a tribute, French President Nicolas Sarkozy called Levi-Strauss "one of the greatest ethnologists of all time".
Levi-Strauss applied the structural approach pioneered by linguistics to anthropology, arguing that family relations and belief systems are best analysed as complex sets of interrelated parts. The Savage Mind Levi-Strauss undertook his first fieldwork among Brazilian tribes in the 1930s. After the war he taught in the US, where he befriended and was influenced by anthropologist Franz Boaz. Returning to France to complete his doctorate in the late 1940s, Levi-Strauss published a book version of his thesis, The Elementary Structures of Kinship, which drew praise in academic circles. The publication of Tristes Tropiques in 1955 secured his reputation as a major intellectual. In 1959 Levi-Strauss was named to a chair in social anthropology at the prestigious College de France in Paris.
The Savage Mind was published in 1962 to worldwide acclaim. Levi-Strauss's death was announced on Tuesday by his publisher, Plon.


Monday, November 2, 2009

sometimes errors do pay off later...

A Chinese stamp pulled from circulation the day it was issued because it failed to show Taiwan as part of China has fetched a record price in Hong Kong. The rare 1968 stamp was picked up at an auction by an unidentified buyer, for HK$3.68m (US$475,000, £290,000). It features a worker holding a book filled with Mao Zedong's quotations and a red map of China in the background. However, self-ruled Taiwan was left uncoloured. China sees the island as a renegade province of its own. The stamp is entitled "The Whole Country is Red". Its sale sets a record price for a Chinese stamp. Its designer, Wang Wei Sheng, who watched the hammer fall, said he had feared he would be punished for his mistake. "For a long time I was really worried that I would be jailed," he told AFP news agency. "Officials told me that it was a really big mistake, but in the end nothing happened."
Mr Wan and other designers had been commissioned to make a series of stamps during the Cultural Revolution, a decade-long period of mass political and social upheaval in China starting in the mid-1960s. Taiwan split from China in 1949 at the end of a civil war and has been self-ruled since, but Beijing still considers the island as part of its territory awaiting reunification.
Note from: BBC News

CriticAl MaSS Oct. 30th, 2009

Image of this month Fun People at Critical Mass...dress-up for Halloween!!!