Barry McGee swindle: Swindle magazine interviews Barry McGee on surfing, his love of scooters, and how he got caught in 2004 for “painting a derogatory statement about our commander in chief.” (Here‘s a glimpse of work McGee created for his ’98 Walker show.)
Documenting the dude: Chicago artist Jon Gitelson is photographing every item of his clothing that his girlfriend hides because she doesn’t want him wearing them, from some skanky wigwam socks to a coffee-stained polo.
Googlegraphics: Ruth Kedar discusses her design for one of the world’s most ubiquitous marks, the Google logo as “subtle as to look almost non-designed, the reading effortless. The colors evoke memories of child play, but deftly stray from the color wheel strictures so as to hint to the inherent element of serendipity creeping into any search results page and the irreverance and boldness of the ‘I am feeling lucky’ link.”
Modernist trailerpark? This excellent Flickr photo is tagged only “theater decor in Amsterdamse Bos.” Details anyone?