My father, Alan Artibise, officially retired today after a 44 year career in academia.
Experienced urban practitioners and novice urbanists alike will find several new insights in Nan Ellin’s Good Urbansim.
Firefly Living recently published an interview reflecting on my time in Phoenix and what it’s like to be back in Vancouver.
The TEDx program is designed to give communities, organizations and individuals the opportunity to stimulate dialogue.
PlaceSpeak is making it easier for Lower Mainland residents to engage with each other to discuss the upcoming municipal elections.
In 1999, Michael Levine (co-host of the 2010 Jane’s Walk Phoenix) purchased “a few” signs from the Arizona State surplus yard. 12 years later he has put them to work, in time for the Arizona Centennial in 2012.
Welcome to the historic downtown Phoenix warehouse district.
In 1999 I purchased “a few” signs from the Arizona State surplus yard. 12 years later I put them to work.
– Over 500 AZDOT Highway signs
– Over 3,000 Self drilling screws
– 6 Days installation
– 27′ High X 140′ long
* time lapse www.d2prod.com * Dennis & Dennis are awesome
Earlier, I brought-you the Colour of Cities, features Flickr mash-ups. This week it is time to play with Goole Maps. Rorschmap is a Google Maps mashup by James Bridle that creates kaleidoscopic views of cities and other locations from around the world.
New York City
Note: The kaleidoscope works best in Safari and Chrome on Mac. Firefox and iPhones/iPads will struggle. Not sure about PCs.
- Rorschach’s New York ID (miksplace.wordpress.com)
The colour of various cities, based on aggregate image data from Flickr,
Want to know how far you can travel without a car in under 15 minutes? Check out Mapnificent.
A video of my TEDxScottsdale presentation, ‘Cities ARE People’ where I talked about my journey through the ‘urban desert’ of Phoenix, AZ.