Archive for June, 2010
If you’re going to be anywhere in the vicinity of New York City in late July, then I’d love to invite you to the talk I’ve been asked to give by the Type Directors Club. I’ll be talking about my work, both new and old—and more specifically about all the influences I’ve had over the years that helped form my aesthetic sensibility, especially those that worked on me as kid growing up on the streets of Brooklyn. So is it “Nature or Nurture”? You be the judge!
My talk will be held on Thursday, July 22nd, 6:00–8:00 PM at the Type Directors Club: 347 W. 36th St, #603, NYC.
Please RSVP to the TDC by Email or call them at (212) 633-8943 to reserve your spot.
Because of my involvement with the design of the Canter’s truck, I’ve just heard about the attempt by the City of Los Angeles to severely limit where food trucks can serve the public. They’re trying to do this by prohibiting them from parking at meters in commercial zones. Without providing adequate, alternate parking areas, this would effectively put many of the trucks out of business. If you, like me, feel that these gourmet food trucks are adding to the culture and vitality of the city, and don’t want to see them gone or severely curtailed, then please sign this ONLINE PETITION. And please let others know!