First designed in 1931, Harry Beck's Tube Map of the London Underground might be the most iconic transit map in the world. But can a design language used to make sense of the 249 miles of underground tunnels be successfully applied to the Tour de France, the biggest bicycle race in the world, with a length of track 10 times longer?
Hilton Als on Paul Zone’s book of rock photography: http://nyr.kr/1oeCAjo
“His subjects are all so young and trying not to show it; the poses they strike speak of their relative innocence and glory, and their fearlessness, too.”
Above: Debbie Harry (Blondie), Arturo Vega’s loft, 1975.
Stars and Stripes
Thanks for the show America.
Paul Newman, Venice, 1963.
On the topic of huge iOS changes, here’s Mike Beasley:
Unclear why this wasn’t always the case. But glad that it appears to now be the case. Next up: wondering if the rendering engine restriction will ever change…
I always wondered why that was the case
From a potential lead who died of a drug overdose to a marshmallow man suit that went up in flames, Ghostbusters looked like anything but a slam-dunk when Columbia Pictures made it. How Dan Aykroyd’s big idea led to an all-time comedy classic.