Posts from Logan AlexanderDesigner
Back in March, I wrote about being a participant in GOOD Ideas for Cities St. Louis, along with my fellow Brain Drain members. There, we revealed our idea for a physical and digital network that illuminates activity and connection throughout St. Louis (which we dubbed “CityPulse”)….
Last Friday morning, The New York Times’ Bits blog published a piece by David Streitfeld entitled “A Champion of the Book Takes to the iPad,” covering the release of Abstractions Arrive: Having Been There All the Time, a collaborative iPad-exclusive book from celebrated author William H. Gass and photographer Michael Eastman — a book published by none other than TOKY’s own Stephen Schenkenberg….
Last Friday, TOKY HQ played host to world-renowned graphic designer Martin Venezky….
GOOD and CEOs for Cities, in effect, posed the question this past December when announcing the inclusion of St. Louis in their GOOD Ideas for Cities program. I’d been meeting weekly with a group of friends since December at Urban Chestnut Brewing…
We designers love our type, which is why we at TOKY were excited to hear about typesetting (thanks to a tip from our friends at All Along Press). Premiering in April, typesetting is an online documentary series “that explores the relationship between designers, their work, and the cities in which they live…
Tomorrow night at CAM, GOOD, CEOs for Cities, and ArtPlace bring their GOOD Ideas for Cities series to St. Louis. The event brings teams of creative minds together to present solutions to some of St. Louis’ biggest urban problems….
Much has been said about the benefits of being in the right place at the right time. Architect Wang Shu began his career at an opportune time in his country’s history. Professor Robert McCarter picked the right time a year ago to book Mr. Wang for the Sam Fox School’s Fumihiko Maki Lecture, as two days prior to his talk, Mr. Wang was awarded the 2012 Pritzker Prize…
As the half-empty coach bus came to a halt in the cold pre-dawn, I alighted — sans map, sans coat, sans shave, sans food. Dunedin, New Zealand: I don’t know anything about you….
I was fortunate enough this past summer to travel for a good long while, and late July found me in Kyoto….