Tag Archives: Cartoon

SpongeBob HouseFancy

The other day my son Billy replayed for me an episode he had just watched of “SpongeBob SquarePants” (a cartoon that takes place at the bottom of the ocean). Billy, who is 9, thought I would like it, and he … Continue reading

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Descent from red to green

This “charming” video is difficult to resist, and will resonate, perhaps, with drivers everywhere, especially in big cities. Although I myself am strikingly immune to the phenomenon of road rage, driving in Providence seems to grow increasingly akin to the … Continue reading

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NYT cartoon speaks for itself

Hats off to Charleston architect Christopher Liberatos for posting this to TradArch!

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Mr. Hublot’s urban future

Here is Mr. Hublot, a short animated film that charmed me no end. The animator’s idea of a sort of tinpot gizmoid future of urban life will pull at your heartstrings. As for the quality of the future envisioned, well, … Continue reading

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Klaustoon on Koolhaas and penises

Here are two more cartoons, which I happened upon while researching the relationship of Walter Gropius and Joseph Hudnut at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design for Thursday’s column, which I must write tomorrow morning. More cartoons by Klaus are at … Continue reading

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Architecture cartoon for a Sunday morning

Here’s an architecture cartoon about cartoon architecture:

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