Monday, March 14, 2011

little workers.

if you've ever been in the 14th Street/8th Ave NY Subway station (west side, A, C, E, or L trains), you might have seen a bunch of little metal workers scurrying about. seeing them always gives me pause and a smile. recently, my pal Richard photographed what seems like almost all of the little guys, so i figured i'd share.


so, as it turns out, the name of this permanent installment is "Life Underground," by sculptor Tom Otterness, and was put up (down) in 2001. hooray for the intersection of public transportation with the arts.

Saturday, March 12, 2011


a (french) colleague shared this ad with me, and since i have nothing of value to post as of late, i figured i'd make a post of what i thought was a relatively inspiring piece of advertising.

that's right kids. ask your parents to buy you a chocolatey hazelnut spread, and you might just grow up to be in a commercial.
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