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Wheat is Wheat is Wheat
Based in Israel, Paddy Mergui has come up with an intriguing series that explores what it would be like if luxury brands packaged and sold everyday groceries. The exhibition “is meant to highlight the challenges a designer faces when tasked with promoting economic interests while remaining true to his or her own moral compass.”
“THE FAIR Are you ready? It’s here!!
The long-awaited New York World’s Fair, which took four years to create, opens its doors to the first of 70,000,000 expected visitors. Dominated by the Fair’s symbol THE UNISPHERE (which means Peace through understanding) the billion-dollar-baby of Robert Moses covers 646 acres…”
The 1964 New York World’s Fair opened fifty years ago this week, on April 22nd, with the theme of “Man’s Achievements in an Expanding Universe.” If this extended Universal News story leaves you with the impression that the fair was not a runaway success, that’s because it wasn’t. The fair was not sanctioned by the Bureau of International Expositions, and it was sandwiched between the official 1962 Seattle World’s Fair and Expo 67 in Montreal, making it a less compelling draw. The opening day’s unfortunately dreary weather was emblematic of the entire two-season event; total attendance for the fair came in at fifty-one million, yet that fell short of the expected seventy million visitors. You might recognize the Unisphere sculpture and “flying saucer” towers in the still below from the 1997 film Men in Black, where they feature prominently.
I think you have the wrong blog, but just in case you meant to send it to me, let me educate you.
Everything you see exists together in a delicate balance. As a human you need to understand that balance and respect all the creatures from the crawling ant to the cow. Yes anon, we eat the cow, but let me explain. When we die our bodies become the grass and the cow eat the grass and so we are all connected in the great circle of life.