So good, so true, so relevant.
I can’t NOT post these, its just so funny.
Take a look at this neat video filmed in Drexel, North Carolina in 2008.
The coolness of this is, well, pretty cool to say the least.
Dom Hans van der Laan (Leiden, 1904-1991) was a Dutch architect and Benedictine monk. After only a few years of architecture study Van der Laan developed a system of ratio principles based on the theory of the plastic number, which he invented. Using this theory Dom Hans van der Laan not only designed buildings, he also developed a typeface: the Alphabet in stone. This typeface is based on the Roman carved stone capitals that were used in the first century AD.
A close cousin of mine attended Burning Man this year, (2011), and although these photographs are from 2009, I figure they capture the other worldly aura of the gigantic festival. Make sure you make your way to the gallery on Behance and check out more from this series.