Pipes and Drains

Posted in Everyday by pipesanddrains on October 25, 2010

Chairs and Colour. East Passyunk Av. Philadelphia. September 2010.

Posted in Everyday by pipesanddrains on October 25, 2010

Bikes in Philly. The strangest phenomenon I have experienced. First off, it seems almost everyone has one. Finding a chaining spot is probably more difficult than  parking a car. From getting mine stolen (see sad first image), being knocked over, crashing, battling to take them on the subway….to today, where a friend managed to get hers anonymously returned! My faith is reinstated for “life in the big city”. October 2010.

Posted in Everyday, Inspirational Projects by pipesanddrains on October 25, 2010

From a wee trip to Bahdeebahdu studios. Some amazing lights out of ‘found’ objects. Sculpture, collage and design.  http://www.bahdeebahdu.com/

Posted in Everyday, Pipes and Drains Photography by pipesanddrains on October 25, 2010

Who built the house to look bigger and better? 10th and Morris. Philadelphia 2010

Posted in Everyday by pipesanddrains on October 25, 2010

Locking up the neighbourhood. Philadelphia, October 2010

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Posted in Everyday, Inspirational Projects by pipesanddrains on October 18, 2010

“he will probably look nervous and say hurry up, but take little notice”.

Courtesy of Rhett Dashwood http://rhettdashwood.com.au/filter/identity#11122/Bio-Rhett-Dashwood

Posted in Everyday, Product Design by pipesanddrains on October 15, 2010

UArts Design Charrette 2010. 3 days of  intensive designing and relaxing during the charette, based around human virtues and the elements. Designing was mixed in with scheduled meditation, yoga and eating time which created a great feeling around the department.

Our project brought together ‘earth’ and ‘consideration’. After walking around the city, we realised that there was so much natural space in Philadelphia that goes unnoticed -so decided to create a way for people to not only be aware of this, but to be guided to the space and reconsider how incredible it is to have these spaces in the city. In other words, ‘natures business card’.

We did this by designing laser cut leaves with an address of a closeby park and we have left them around the city for people to find and interpret as they wish.

October 2010

Posted in Everyday, Experience by pipesanddrains on September 27, 2010

Strangest Food Experience! FoodParc in New York City. Absolutely no human interaction needed, just type in your order and they text you when your order is ready. Not so cool however when you put your fried rice in your bag, to have it spill all over a nice new Muji notebook….

Posted in Everyday, Experience by pipesanddrains on September 19, 2010

http://www.good.is/post/photos-from-around-the-world-on-park-ing-day-2010/

Was amazing to see this in action on friday…but unfortunatly didn’t have my camera to awknowledge the PARK(ing) on Walnut and Broad!

Posted in Everyday, Experience by pipesanddrains on September 19, 2010

Who is the artist behind this little guy? Philadelphia, September 2010