It was 1958 and two young architects, Guillermo Rosell de la Lama and Manuel Larrosa, designed a singular and revolutionary chapel on top of a hill overlooking the city of Cuernavaca. To help them realize this singular design they contacted … Continue reading
Author Archives: Mariano Arias Diez
Pritzker Prize winning architect Jørn Utzon was born in Copenhagen on April 9, 1918, and died in 2008 aged 90. In 1966, nine years after his winning entry was accepted by the Sydney Opera house competition jury, Utzon was driven … Continue reading
Partying with Tito and the Penthouse Magazine Pets at the Adriatic coast. It was the 70‘s, it was Tito’s Yugolsavia and it was Bob Guccione’s dream project. *The Haludovo Palace Hotel in it’s splendor At the beginning of the 1970‘s Penthouse Magazine owner … Continue reading
Just a few days ago, we celebrated 20 years (time flies by!) of the release of the “Debut” album by Björk. This post is our small homage to one of our favorite musical artists, but more than anything to her … Continue reading
We love digital media, but we’re still suckers for the old school printing techniques, the smell of freshly printed books, invitations, and all the flare that comes with it. See more at The Beauty of Engraving.
In March of 2012, Daniel Kukla was awarded an artist’s residency by the United States National Park Service in southern California’s Joshua Tree National Park. While staying in the Park, he spent much of his time visiting the borderlands of … Continue reading