Super Colossal


Friday, 20th April 2012 Tweet

The last flight of the Discovery:

Christian Scholl for General Electric:

Via But Does it Float

Out of Water by Jimenez Lai

Friday, 13th April 2012 Tweet

Looking forward to the collection of Jiminez Lai’s archi-comics ‘Citizens of no Place’ due out sometime soon.

Australia House Entry – by Sibling

Friday, 13th April 2012 Tweet

I like the seasonal sections in this entry for the Australia House in Japan, by Sibling and Andy Yu.


Apartments Glencourt – Tribe Studio Architects

Thursday, 12th April 2012 Tweet

Some rad new balconies on an existing apartment building by SC pals Tribe Studio:

Apartments Glencourt - Tribe Studio Architects

Yokoyamarama: Engineering

Friday, 2nd December 2011 Tweet

yuichi yokoyama engineering

The collection of Yuichi Yokoyama’s early comics “New Engineering” contains the first four ‘Engineering’ comics. They comprise of Engineering, New Engineering, Engineering 3, and Engineering 4. Each describe the construction of a landscape by unmanned seemingly autonomous machines that is later occupied by Yokoyama’s usual gang of stylised observers.

The first in the series-‘Engineering’-starts with a uniform field of rocks that are crushed by large rollers, irrigated, and rolled over with astroturf. A large rectangular monolith is dropped from the sky onto the astroturf field, exploding into many boulders. A large wheel then rolls through the field and carves out a trench, it rains and a river forms in the trench. Five men show up wearing slacks and shirts and wearing a variety of absurd masks. They make blunt observations of the environment:

What a beautiful view”.

The astroturf is soft”.

The men select one of the boulders and a rectangular opening is made in it, the opening is lined with lift components and the men enter it. The end.

(Note that all the pages that follow are read from right to left, top to bottom, manga style. The captions contain translations of the sound effects form the Japanese, with the numbers referring to the panel number.)

yuichi yokoyama engineering


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Friday, 18th November 2011 Tweet

2001 monolith poster

The results of my Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship are on display at Customs House.

The exhibition looks at the immensity of monolithic landscapes and architecture. It consists of the documentation of ten sites visited in early 2010 and comprises of drawings, photographs and renderings. Sites visited and included in the exhibition are; Uluru, The Luxor Casino in Las Vegas, Monument Valley, The Lightning Fields, Donald Judd’s large scale site specific artworks in Texas, the then under construction September 11 Memorial in New York, The Stanley Kubrick Archives, the Bruder Klaus Chapel, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, and the Great Pyramid of Cheops.

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