Posted: August 6, 2017 Filed under: Art, More FC3 | Tags: Architect, Architecture, Art, Artist, Cape May, cape May nj, capemay, Creative, Design, DesignAllDayAndAllNight, Draw, Drawing, eFAB, esketch, fc3arch, fc3art, Historic, hostoric nj, Ipad, makearchitecturefunagain, New Jersey, NJ, Pen, Sketch, Sketches, USA, Victorian
A few sketches from my brief trip to Cape May after my triathlon race.
Posted: July 1, 2011 Filed under: Architecture, JustArch, Photography | Tags: Architecture, Highline, New York, NYC, Photography, Revisted, Sketch
I have been tracking the progress of the NYC Highline ever since I worked on an Ideas Competition
back in 2000.
For some of my past designs on the HL – check out this link.
Beautiful NYC Stranger
Here is some newer stuff from earlier this year (Part 1) and (Part 2)
and the “Beautiful Stranger” photographic art set (Part 1) and (Part 2).
Posted: June 28, 2011 Filed under: Architecture, Repost | Tags: 9-11, AN, Architecture, Ground Zero, https://fc3arch.wordpress.com/2010/09/11/names-of-world-trade-center-victims/, Museum, New York City, News, NYC, Progress, Report, Rpost, September 11, Sketch
Sketch by Gertler & Wente
written by Molly Heintz
On September 11 all eyes will be on the World Trade Center site, where the 9/11 Memorial and Museum will open with ceremonies commemorating the tenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks on New York City. In addition to a subterranean museum and memorial space, the much-anticipated complex includes an aboveground museum pavilion and a landscaped plaza with reflecting pools in the footprints of the Twin Towers. However, due to extensive crowd control and security concerns, visitors who make a spontaneous trip to the site may find themselves not standing in these new public spaces but stuck at the site’s perimeter looking at photographs of them stretched across a chain-link construction fence instead.
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Posted: November 29, 2010 Filed under: More FC3 | Tags: Bulb, Drawing, Edison, Electric, Lamp, Light, Object, Sketch, Thomas, Wikipedia
U.S. Patent #223898: Electric-Lamp. Issued January 27, 1880.