On Our Desks: Graphic Anatomy

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Tree-Hugger Factoid #41

5 December 11

It would cost about $13 billion annually to satisfy the world's basic sanitation and food requirements. As they point out, that's roughly equivalent to what Americans and Europeans spend on perfume and cologne every year

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Tree-Hugger Factoid #39

16 September 11

Every year, in the US we pave over roughly 1.3 million acres of formerly unpaved land according to a Carrying Capacity Network conference held in Washington, DC. that's almost twice the size of the Hawaiian Islands

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Children can identify up to 1000 corporate logos but fewer than 10 plants or animals native to their backyards.

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“This is a car’s eye view of Houston—but is there any other?”

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Give and Take House Tour

It’s hard to imagine that there’s anyone left in town who hasn’t heard about the No Zoning exhibition currently going on at the Contemporary Arts Museum. From The Art Guys publicly marrying a tree to a large boat that Workshop...

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BRAVE & Swamplot

26 March 09

BRAVE & Swamplot

Sicardi Gallery was recently featured on swamplot, check it out here.

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Book Review: Le Corbusier - Le Grand

How do you make a book that contains the story of a person who has arguably had the biggest influence on architecture as we know it?

You make it big… Very big. Instead of being another biography, or...

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Book Review: Ecstacity

Formed in the early 80’s, Ecstacity is the brainchild of British Architect and scholar Nigel Coates. By overlaying the street plans of seven existing cities, Coates has created a hypothetical environment that allows us to speculate on the future of...

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