Friday, February 26, 2010

Clappers in 36 The Calls competition

These two are not shortlisted entries.... Just two of the few designs that were featured in other blogs bec of ...I metits..... It is for the competition 36 The Calls which asked participants to design a building in a vacant lot in Leeds, You OK. It is like providing a missing link, except architects really like their work to stand they make their building cuss from its context. Which is cool because, you dont want another fake oldy built. these two ...a cucumber and a cheesegrater didnt make the cut in the said competition. For the cucumber scheme which studiodosi designed.... cant really describe it well.. it just looks like a huge drum covered with plants that glow in the dark. the program is bohooo... nothing new....but clap clap for thinking of the environment....anyways...if you have a garden roof and climbing ivies on receive an instant clap clap from design dummy...(as if it matterS)....
The second one..designed by Davide Marchetti Architetto..which was ...something that looks like a scheme that had a more interesting program and B.S.--ing with it's design..which is really just "push and pull"... is more fitting with the context....according to the designers is made of rammed earth where they introduced the holes....these walls act as sunscreen..... however, it looks like copper in the renderings. I agree with one of the comments in Dezeen that the it was a big mistake to make the opposite side (street side) a blank is like J.Lo without the ass....

"Lladro" Erotica

I tot'at'ferst, that this was a work of a jap. We all know that japs are stylish and fashionable... but because of their awesome 80s animation and manga... they can also be pretty much.... as-horny-as-everybody-in-the-world-can-get.. prolly hornier. This post is long overdue since the exhibitionists figurines were showed only until Feb 15 in Gallery Nine NY. weee NY! I first saw it in Dezeen but when I saw it again in Karmatrendz...there was a divine intervention that called me to repost it.... It is called Undressed by Jessica Lichtenstein. I cant help notice the use of past tense - undressed. The girls are still covered...I aint seein titties and pussies yet...just all provocation and eroticism (which I still love). that's my foyst comment. Also, I wonder if these were pure manga and anime merchandise...will it still qualify as art since it was made by japs themselves? Does it mean it has to be a work of a non-jap to be regarded as artistits?Other than that... all i can say that this is 21st century Lladro evolution..aint sure if these figurines are made of porcelain or some kind of stone material.... but if it is...yes...21st century lladros... that will never go along with your chinaware...bec these look like toys.... if you have a console for sextoys...these will def look geeeewd. they look like plastic or some kind of rubber...soft and dildos.... toys you never had when you were a kid.