Sunday, July 31, 2011

2012 Bentley V8 Continental
Front lights are nice update.
Rear lights is the same and still need better design

previous Audi RS6 avant daily use shots.
butt beautiful.

Cher Guevara

Moto Guzzi V8 circa 1955.
beautiful none ID example (i think no ID)

beautifully shot. one in Okinawa is impressive but this one might shock me.
The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia
The world's largest aquarium with more than 8.5 million US gallons

amazing idea
'Secrecy of Boeing Plant 2 was so crucial during World War II that Boeing built houses of plywood and fabric and installed fake streets to camouflage the roof. The idea was to blend the facility into the surrounding neighborhood across the river' via wikipedia.

restaurant called Concrete Blonde at Potts Point at Kings Cross in Sydney by Dreamtime Australia Design
gorgeous cool

Nobis house near Munich Germany.
Changes a lot between day and night. Beautiful wood, kitchen and ID.

outside is sandwiched by typical fugly el cheapo and wrapped with telephone wires of Tokyo but inside looks Syd Mead world. saids only 3.6mm wide. HOUSE IN OIMACHI BY LEVEL ARCHITECTS

They were going to design me casa if we stayed.
'ring around a tree' by tezuka architects, tachikawa, tokyo, japan image © katsuhisa kida /FOTOTECA

from website called Nowness. I wish knew this b4. Gotta go DF again then.

Secret Cities: Mexico City
Tequila Queen Bertha González Nieves's Modern Guide to the Cultural Mecca

As cofounder of artisan joven tequila brand Casa Dragones, Bertha González Nieves is the ideal ambassador for modern Mexico City: emphatically of-the-moment while embracing time-honored traditions. Fifteen years of industry experience has earned her the distinction of being the first woman certified as a Maestra Tequilera by the Academia Mexicana de Catadores de Tequila, but it’s Nieves's status as a fixture on the cultural circuit that makes her the ultimate insider. A native of the Pedregal de San Angel neighborhood, the entrepreneur describes the city as one that is “in constant transformation,” whose revitalization in the last decade has been evident in a burgeoning art scene—producing talents including Gabriel Orozco and Miguel Calderón—and up-and-coming neighborhoods like the café-dotted Condesa and foodie enclave Polanco. “An enormous push by the creative citizens makes the city a coveted, must-explore cultural destination of any world traveler,” says Nieves. We asked her to detail her ultimate tour.

Chic By Accident
Emmanuel Picault sources unique artifacts from all over Mexico in this interior gallery and store, which give you a wider understanding of the country’s incredible design heritage. The last item I bought here was a gorgeous 1960s cut-crystal ashtray.
Alvaro Obregon 49, Col. Roma Norte

Friday is a good time to go to Contramar if you want to see and be seen. Everybody from Gabriel Orozco to the Mayor of the town is there, during the art fair especially, but the place is not pretentious. Remember it’s a lunch place only; you can’t go for dinner. My favorite thing on the menu is the tuna tostados. Sometimes, after my flight lands in Mexico City, I go straight there and hold my meetings in the restaurant because I crave it so much.
Durango 200, Col. Roma Norte

Kurimanzutto Gallery
The gallery represents some of the most important Mexican artists but also some great international artists. Gabriel Orozco, Damian Ortega, Daniel Guzman and Dr Lakra all show there, as well as Rirkrit Tiravanija and Jimmie Durham, for example.
Gob. Rafael Rebollar 94, Col. San Miguel Chapultepec

Dulce Patria
Martha Ortiz, the restaurant’s chef, has played a very important role in the new wave of Mexican cuisine; she is very poetic in her cooking, from the presentation to the history and complexity of the dishes, everything is spot on. Her ceviche is to die for and her tequila chaser sangritas are absolutely fantastic.
Anatole France 100, Col. Polanco

Galeria Daniel Liebsohn
I discovered Daniel at a party, before I discovered his store; he is so elegant he can’t go unnoticed. In his gallery you find Mexican and European antiques mixed with Italian and American vintage furniture from the 20th century: you may see a 15th-century Flemish painting beside a lineal seat by Frank Kyle next to a 19th-century Napoleon III-style mirror. His house highlights his eye and the styles he combines.
Londres 161-49, Plaza del Ángel, Col.Juárez

Condesa DF
After touring the galleries in the Condesa neighborhood, stop by this hotel for a late afternoon drink: I would recommend the cucumber mezcal mojito made with mezcal blanco by Los Danzantes of Oaxaca. In spring, blooming jacaranda trees with stunning purple flowers surround the roof terrace.
Avenue Veracruz 102, Col. Condesa

Emmanuel Picault has also recently opened a new private club, M.N.Roy, named after the Indian revolutionary and founder of the communist parties in both Mexico and India. It’s mega cool and gorgeously designed; if you want to go for a drink or have a little dance, it’s somewhere you really have to visit.
Mérida 186, San Luis Potosi

Museo Soumaya
My favorite piece in the collection is actually the museum itself: the architecture is beautiful. The Soumaya also has the largest collection of Rodin sculptures in Latin America. I would recommend a weekday afternoon when it is quietest.
Plaza Loreto, Avenida Revolución y Río Magdalena, Eje 10 sur, Col. Tizapán, San Angel

in unlikely event of (none-moss) burger attack in tokyo
The Master Burger

Saturday, July 30, 2011

The Green Hornet 2011,
Kato is good but plot sucked.

sporting ear ring now days. Does not fit you.
Harrison Ford aging page.

2012 Audi A6 station wagon.
1: Audi definitely has to pay some kind of royalty to Star Wars villan designers.
2: Butt is weak including the light and fat bumper. Please redo.

Tradesman old furniture store on valencia sf

Monument old furniture store on valencia sf

Wow, fixie heaven

Beautiful tailfin at paxton for kids at valencia st in sf

Mural in progress be back soon

Mural street in sf

Beautiful mural in sf

Some cook book

Kinda cool bike from china named something like guangzhou panty

came home and did some googling and found below.

Motorcycle FY50Q(50CC,100CC,125CC) aka MADASS model is the joint cooperation of us and Sachs brand with three different cc: 50cc, 100cc, 125cc.

Guangzhou Panyu Huanan Motors Group Co., Ltd., established in 1994, is one of the leading motorcycle makers in China with the brand FYM, FHM, Sachs as it's brand.

Fixie in sf in front of cool colored mini

Kingdom of dumpling in sf.  The bean dish was really good.  shanghai dumpling so so.

comme des garcons X d & department mash. kind a mess.

WE MISS YOU from fireapple films on Vimeo.

nature miss you
「人間は時として自分たちが地球の支配者にのし上がったのだと考える。だが、それは間違いだ。人間は自然の一部でしかない。人間の役目は、自然を開発し、利用することではない。人間の役割は、自然に仕え、自然が犯されないように見守ることだ。人間にあるのは力ではなく、責任なんだよ」オレン ライオンズ

Friday, July 29, 2011

Brionvega TS525 now compatible with digital equipment but losing the spirit with the extra elements of iPhone dock and remote... The beauty was it shuts into a cube. KISS.

flying can be beautiful

looks 80's but they say it has 10's technology. Sorry but can not tell.