So wild flowers will come up where you are.
You have been stony for too many years.
Try something different.
doing a series of black & white drawings about distance, division, growing apart. something like that. (Estrangement is the first drawing)
Last night the winners of the 2013 Curry Stone Design Prize were announced at Architecture for Humanity’s “Design Like You Give a Damn” conference in San Francisco. (AFH was honored with Curry Stone’s inaugural Vision Award, previously announced.) Established in 2008 by the architect Clifford Curry and his wife, H. Delight Stone, the awards honor designs that improve people’s lives and the world.
Timed to this year’s announcement, Pentagram’s Michael Bierut and team have designed a new website for the Prize, building on the identity they created in 2010. The site presents a group of headlines that sum up the ideas behind the winning projects and leads into a series of video documentaries. The approach quickly shows what the Curry Stone Design Prize is about and how designers are helping to change the world. We’ve also adapted the site graphics to a poster, seen above.
Project Team: Michael Bierut, partner-in-charge and designer; Aron Fay, designer.
all we really see is what we perceive. its our response to this perception that is askew. take the stars for example. we think we see life but we see the farthest thing from it. We see the after life, the remains of what life was there like looking through the photo album of a junkie friend. Seeing that little light go out. Picture by picture fading slowly away.
Back into my passions.
We look into the eyes of the worlds pain. We want to care we really do but we have been told not to, its not our fault. Everyone has there chance, a fair shake at life that entitles you to only one chance that if you squander, you fail or lose. As if we play a game with no extra lives. We cannot have a do over and I will not give u a life in candy crush saga. Sadly this isn’t not true. Although there is a truth to it and that is that no one can live your life for you. No one can make you happy, make you successful. But someone can show you kindness. Can show you that beyond the heartless stares and efforts to look away there is a busting through the socioeconomic scar tissue that we develop because we were told its not my responsibility. Its not my fault. If its to be its up to me. Someone wants to care. They want to help but they are scared. This may be them on the inside.