I love this photo that Gabriel Orozco shot on a trip to India, depicting the vacant interior of a waiting area.
A soft-edged circle above each chair is evidence of the shared habits of people who have sat here, and leaned their heads back in moments of annoyance, boredom, worry, or sleep. This photo makes me ponder how our small movements can collectively make such a visible impact, and how in many cases we may not even know it.
The man-made mechanical forest, five years in the making, consists of 18 supertrees that act as vertical gardens, generating solar power, acting as air venting ducts for nearby conservatories, and collecting rainwater. To generate electricity, 11 of the trees are fitted with solar photovoltaic systems that provide lighting and assist with water flow in the conservatories below.
In the 1960s, the basketball uniform was about small, tight shorts and form-fitting tank top. It’s grown longer since then. Andrew Bergmann sifted through the archives and illustrated the changes over the decades.
This is my pick for today’s TGIF song (Send Me On My Way—Rusted Root). 2:30PM slump begone!
Love this song
Saturday Night #lifeofaphotographer #nike #nyc (Taken with instagram)
Taken with instagram
Dinner at SAV (Taken with instagram)
Day 3 of being sick on set and I don’t look too bad! (Taken with instagram)