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0"In the case of the Nelson-Atkins Museum, it was a competition and all six competitors were required to build on the north side of the building, and I went to the sight and I said, “That’s not the way to do this. You shouldn’t even touch the existing building.” And we made a scheme which went down the side, merged into the landscape, and basically breaking all the rules of the competition. And I apologized when I made a presentation to the trustees. I said, “I got the courage to break all your rules because in your stone facade it says ‘The soul has greater need for the ideal than for the real.’” And they laughed, and we won the competition. In fact, we won the competition with an unanimous vote from the trustees. So that’s just an example of what I say “Always take the idealistic approach and try to transform the program, add to it, enrich the program, but also question the site. In a way, to be as disobedient as possible in the beginning in order to get to the highest level of a project.”" - Steven Holl
13218 me: I should draw something
me: [does absolutely nothing]
225804 Potential employer: so what's your availabil-
Me: I AM AVAILABLE ALL THE TIME. ANY DAY. ALL HOURS. I HAVE NOTHING TO DO PLEASE HIRE ME
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The Jewish Museum’s Other Primary Structures exhibition was so good, like wow I’m still thinking about it. Go see it if you’re anywhere near NYC.

Look How Pretty / Look How Happy

Rice Center Natural Aesthetics Brochure

frank&i publicationjournal

MCAD/VCU Collaboration: Group 4: Section 3

Post-Internet: What You Can’t Do on the Internet: Hallucinogenic Drugs

Retreat spreads

just little bonus dual zines I did last year, just getting around to posting a good bit of my work over the past year.

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dress to kill: wear a skull-patterned mcqueen tie

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