Thursday, January 28, 2010
Here's another fun website, forwarded to me by my architect husband (the silent 6th blogger, as those of you who follow my posts may have noticed). This is a hilarious blog (if you like humor at the expense of modernist architects and writers) made up of photos from Dwell magazine with added humorous captions. It highlights the blankness and bleakness of many current exemplars of modern form. I would tell you that my favorite caption is "He sipped his tepid coffee and pondered how to tell her that, in fact, the pants made the sack dress even less appealing," but another blog has beaten me to the punch. (Apparently Dwell's managing editor has endorse the parody through a tweet.)
Jamie Baker Roskie
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