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January 31, 2013 Eugene Reznik

In three years, Beijing will have 6 million cars on the road. Pollution levels some days already reach what the New York Times has called in highly technical terms, “crazy bad.” Beijing-based artist Matt Hope has used some basic mechanical engineering skills and a number of recycled materials — an old fighter pilot mask and […]

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January 23, 2013 Andy Cush

In August of 2012, the Brooklyn Academy of Music unveiled a new set of bike racks designed by none other than David Byrne, each of which is shaped like a letter of the alphabet. The letters can be rearranged to form various words, and Byrne, in typical Byrne-ian fashion, chose the surrealistic phrases “Pink Crown” […]

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January 10, 2013 Bucky Turco

Despite the long and rich history of track cycling in New York, building a velodrome in any of the five boroughs is close to impossible. The plan to turn an armory in the Bronx in a bike racing facility was shot down and now a plan for multi-use sports complex with a 200 meter indoor […]

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