Tuesday, June 16, 2009

New York, above and below



One of the covers to last week's New York Times magazine features a sculpture by Thomas Doyle. His website is well worth a visit. Here's two samples - - a precariously hanging house and mysterious wall that looks like one of Stephen King's thinnies.




Via.

*Previously: Why Is There A Hexagon Above Saturn's North Pole?

*Buy snow globes at eBay.

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