Always Party | Andrés Carretero | Carolina Klocker | Via
How often are spontaneous, primitive, radical actions implemented in large urban centres? Siempre Fiesta (or Always Party) by Andrés Carretero and Carolina Klocker was recently voted by the We-Traders community as their favourite in the recent Open Call Madrid competition. Viewing the city through children’s eyes, where the order of the day is primarily playing or making, and using the concept of “free movement of our body in space” as a key driver, Carretero and Klocker developed a playful scheme that proposed filling a niche in Madrid’s urban grid with sand as a way of managing the environment to create “comfortable space.”
Some Neon Genesis Evangelion rough illustrations by animator Yutaka Nakamura. Check out his MAD videos—-he’s known among animators for his really fluid fight scenes. He was actually a key animator on the original NGE TV series, and yes, that’s Doraemon with Unit 01 in the second picture.
The front and back of a postcard that I and the rest of my studio class will be exchanging with an art school in Australia. Little more is known. Hopefully this will be jarring enough to interest my penpal.