This is fun.
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You can tell it’s good times for TransLink when they come up with try to make to make you smile. And you do.Read more »
Go to Times Square on the Red Steps:
RENEWAL OF VOWS
Say “I do” all over again.
At 6pm on February 14, 2020, couples are invited to celebrate romance, passion, and each other in a one of a kind tour-de-love — the Vow Renewal Ceremony, taking place on the iconic glass Red Steps. Couples of all ages and backgrounds will profess their love once again, with a special invitation extended to lovebirds whose kisses bridge boundaries, be they religious, political, racial, or national, as well as couples in wedding attire.
Friends of Price Tags, Michael & Dianne, happened to be in NYC, so of course:Read more »
If you are on the 2200 block of West 4th in Vancouver there is a striking transformation at Leis de Buds which gets you thinking about Seasonal Stuff. Firstly right beside a handy bench is a mailbox waiting for your letter from Santa. And west of this mailbox is the best ever little geodesic dome housing seasonal~and not so seasonal fragrant plants.
The whole effect at night is simply magical with the glow from the dome. It also talks about the importance of having different articulation on commercial storefront facades to allow such a temporary transformation with the glowing dome. It also provides light in the tiny plaza with a scale comfortable enough to sit in and relax.
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From Transport for London
A trip on the London Underground (or Tube) always has a lot of advertising posters, some quite clever. But over a century Transport for London have prepared some very clever messaging. This poster was released in 1981 and is dated a bit by the use of the funky font which gives away the era. You can also take a look at this design blog that features one hundred of the best posters that have been posted for the London Underground from 1911 on.
And below, one of my favourites from London Northwestern Railways:Read more »
This clip from a local news station in New York City is labelled as “the city before gentrification.” What now provokes nostaligia wasn’t all that great if you actually had to live in a city of rapid decline – and this illustrates how sad it was. And now funny.
Worth listening to just for the accents and attitudes of the New Yawkers.Read more »