(1) Coast to Coast in Eight Days (WSJ) (2) Lost in a World Without Roots (WSJ) (3) ‘Down and Dirty’ with the Disney Girl (4) A Macy’s branded bicycle? (5) Continue Reading →
“A date, being mere kronos, has no character. It is almost nothing. It is a one-dimensional line, the circumference. A line can have no color. Only kairos, only a two-dimensional Continue Reading →
(1) A bike ride through East Sussex (2) Are Books An Endangered Species? (3) PUBLIC D3 (WARNING: BIKE PRON) (4) To Lend or Not To Lend, That is the Question Continue Reading →
Over a year ago I schlepped into NYC for Bespoke: The Handbuilt Bicycle at the Museum of Arts & Design. The exhibit featured bikes from six independent builders. My favorite Continue Reading →
(1) Easter Eggs! Related Photos from the Limestone Archives (1a) London Bookstore (1b) London Taxi (2) Beyond Spandex: Chic Styles for Cyclists Take Off (WSJ) (3) Roma sets sights on Continue Reading →
“What is true of the pine tree, for and by itself, is no less true in the relation of the tree to its environment. The Japanese artist studies pine-tree nature Continue Reading →
Station art from Makoto Shinkai. I’ll be waiting for you in the station’s waiting room at 7:00 that night.
(1) Knuffingen Airport, World’s Largest Miniature Airport, Goes On Display In Germany (2) Sherwin-Williams “Daybreak” Commercial 2011 (3) Felipe Neves Photography (4) Riding the Rails of Locomotive Maps (WSJ) (5) Continue Reading →