— Helen
Make em’ laugh.
— Lily
What a love story.
— Lily on the drips between cups at Cafe Sabarsky
The problem is that most architects seem to have lost the knack. Ornament is not on the curriculum. Perhaps it should be.
— Edwin Heathcote, “The Problem With Ornament,” The Architectural Review via Nick Schmidt
Who’s that Dutch painter who does really formal portraits but everyone is cross-eyed?
— David Rosenthal
Not book club friendly.
— a critique in a jacket meeting
Same country, same people, different area. Good people here.
— Roman from the breakfast sandwich cart on how people are friendlier and more generous at Hudson and King over Wall St.
You nailed it. Period!
— (at)seanspicer re-tweeting The Onion
— Lily’s word for 20 questions
Ben, we care about you and your Facebook memories. We thought you’d like to look back on this post from 10 years ago.
— FB on a picture of me and Danny after a Fiddler on the Roof performance in 8th grade.
— Lily observing differences between male and female sculpture’s backs
At what point do artists using social media stop making art for the idealized art world audience they want and start embracing the new audience they have?
— Brad Troemel, “Brad Troemel, The Troll of Internet Art,” The New Yorker
I’m sorry.
— Conductor who couldn’t open the door as I got to the 1 right before it left 23rd
You just need another art project.
— Deloris(?) after I responded “hanging in there”
is round, it turns
— The Beatles, “Because”
— Inscription on sundial with image of the grim reaper
I’d eat anything.
— Kelly with perfect comedic timing after Emily asks if we want to order olives
Good job.
— First thing Obama said to Trump after inauguration speech.
The glory is just going to pour out of your radio.
If I do nothing during the day, at least I will have done that.
— John Sharp on walking to work