has dedicated his career to experimental and visual poetry, using media such as photography, painting, and other materials. He has published twenty-eight books, among them children's books and anthologies of visual poetry. He made “Soneto Ecológico” in 2005, a sonnet that measures 110 x 36 meters and is made of seventy trees.
Design For the Rest of Us: Where Are Design Museums’ Benches?
What a lack of benches in design musems means for the exhibits.
Learning New Tricks
Harvard doesn't have any design courses, but I've found new friends in "material culture." What it's like for a critic to go back to school.
Looking Better, All The Time
Alexandra Horowitz' book On Looking
offers a framework, and specific tactics, for smarter seeing.
Nevermind the Masterpiece
What's your "Masterpiece of Everyday New York"? A broken umbrella? A shirtwaist? Discarded gum?
Praise the Partner(s)
Salute Denise Scott Brown because she deserves it, but let's not forget the other partners.