March 31, 2006

60-Second Films: The MoMA Stairway

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David's a photographer--and the creator of the untouchably cool pre-pixellated logo clothing for reality TV contestants that burned through the blogs last week--who's started a little series of 60-second [give or take] movies.

This one is of my favorite vista at Taniguchi's MoMA, across the atrium to the floating staircase with the Matisse at the top and the Diebenkorn at the bottom. Very busy, that staircase.

60 Seconds in the Life of a Staircase [ironicsans.com]

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