Daily Archives: December 12, 2007

Oh my God, I love Japan

Would he walk or would he run if chased by samurais? Warning: do not watch this is you cannot scream with laughter. (via the amazing and ever delightful Mosca)

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Riding a bike on the streets of LA is nuts

But not so much nuts in a big group at the right times: “Conceived by 30-year-old graphic designer Kim Jensen — known by her outlaw-affecting Ridazz handle, Skull — during a late-night ride in Cambodia, Midnight Ridazz was inaugurated in … Continue reading

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Attn Ed Reyes: why don’t we have this kind of thing in CD 1?

“Los Angeles Garment & Citizen has an article on the project our office has embarked upon to beautify our local utility boxes, which are those grey, anonymous boxes sprinkled throughout the Los Angeles streetscape. We have worked with AT&T and … Continue reading

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December 20: a day without a plastic bag. Be there!

“Councilmember Greig Smith and I joined with Heal the Bay Director of Programs, Meredith McCarthy yesterday in City Council to proclaim December 20th as “A Day Without a Bag” in Los Angeles. Each year, Angelenos consume some 6 billion plastic … Continue reading

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Collaging her way to…more collages

I moved all of my collages to Ginger Mayerson Collage. Much less clunkier than Blogspot. If you had it bookmarked or had an RSS feed, this is the new addy, and there are a slew of feeds on the sidebar. … Continue reading

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The back strikes back

“Many lower back problems are caused by the very athleticism that modern sports demand. ‘The forces involved in sports nowadays are enormous,’ Higgins says. ‘What you see in some of these sports are very powerful athletes creating high levels of … Continue reading

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