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  • Hannah Wasserman

    Get me to the Happy Magic Water Cube right now.

  • armand. agresti

    Pristine idiots,love to destroy manufacturing,even clean manufacturing ,first we destroy the factory and a highly fuel efficent rail system,then the artists come in ,to make the upscale enviroment for up scale investment bankers etc.NO MIDDLE CLASS JOBS OR DIVERSITY HERE. AND WE PRAISE THIS TOTAL TAKEROVER.WAKE UP IDIOTS!

  • Nihad Nour

    So Bad That My Art College Teachers Were Trying to Make Our Work Clones Of Their Own Vision And Not Reflecting to Our Own Imagination, That's Why We Dont Have Magical Buildings And Places Like these Back In sudan.

    • Rahul Jani

      Cloning is not a such a bad thing when you are trying to inspire change and a new thought culture.

      • Nihad Nour

        the problem was, they wanted clones of themselves who didnt do much or offer much - and i can say any 0 to art there, not even in the limited boundaries of our college,
        they were fighting our new ideas and drag us behind to normal and ordinary .

  • William Garzon

    Our Imagination have to work to build a better place to live like this, instead of destroying and making war

  • Hillary Newman

    Blow away by these submissions! I can't decide which I like more!

    • Ben Goldhirsh

      excited for the work around the LA river to eventually be up in these discussions for awesome urban achitecture

      • Yasha Wallin

        Ben, sounds interesting - do you have a link to what's being planned there?

        • Erik Joule

          Ben, I think we should talk to Jane Choi who was on the panel...she is at City Hall and does urban planning. Why don't we all have lunch and see if we can understand what LA is trying to do (thinking the downtown corridor) and see how we can help concretize and facilitate.

          • Ben Goldhirsh

            I love this. In response to Yasha above, I shared the Link for LA River Corp - - we should include their ED, Jessica Brown, from their board, the folks from Friends of the LA River, and also some of the cool people who are passionate on this front. Mike Mills was the first one to introduce me to the cool parts of the river and I'd love to see where he's at with this. His idea was to host a fishing tournament there - just to show that there is actually a living river that most in LA are unaware of. When you back in LA?

            • Climate Resolve

              Thanks for mentioning some of the great work happening to our urban landscape here in Los Angeles.

              We too can't wait to see what the future will bring for the revitalization of the LA River.

            • Erik Joule

              Land in SF Sunday night, work in SF next week and was planning on coming down Friday....can we talk this week?

              • Ben Goldhirsh

                you bet. holler when you get home. looking forward to digging into this all.