Numerus Klausus #18: Dawn of the Planet of the Grapes

 Click to Enlarge  I used to have a blog, didn’t I? Ok, so, now I got my life back, I’ll possibly be updating the blog with all the stuff which, forcefully, has kept being produced throughout all these months. And, for starters, a couple of takes on the cartoon produced for Uncube #25, ”Soft Machines’ (yes,Continue reading “Numerus Klausus #18: Dawn of the Planet of the Grapes”

Harvard Exhibition: Dispatches from the GSD – 75 years of design (Reprise)

Click to enlarge Last week, during the Alumni Weekend at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, the exhibition “Dispatches from the GSD: 075 Years of Design” was officially inaugurated. In the GSD Website you can find all the information regarding the events that took place. For some more info and a few pics (including theContinue reading “Harvard Exhibition: Dispatches from the GSD – 75 years of design (Reprise)”

YES IS MORE or Less [Zoom!/zzzzrrtt!/thud!/blaam! – me not] – Klaus in CLOG Magazine 01

I rarely publish articles under Klaus’s name (I have a whole different personality just for that). However, when Kyle May approached me in order to collaborate with a short review (a sketch of an article rather than a long text) on BIG´s “Yes Is More”  in the debut issue of Clog Magazine, it seemed mostContinue reading “YES IS MORE or Less [Zoom!/zzzzrrtt!/thud!/blaam! – me not] – Klaus in CLOG Magazine 01”

Harvard Exhibition: Dispatches from the GSD – 75 years of design (Some Klaus inside)

Dispatches from the GSD Exhibition – Main Wall. The 2011-12 academic year marks the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and in order to celebrate it, the GSD will host a number of events regarding the anniversary throughout the whole academic year. Along with those, the GSD is hostingContinue reading “Harvard Exhibition: Dispatches from the GSD – 75 years of design (Some Klaus inside)”

Iterations: Marketing Strategies (I): Ciro Najle’s Motherhouse

Click to enlarge Just for the sake of clarity, I’d like to make it clear this does not reflect neither an unconscious -or conscious- obsession with Ciro Najle -whose own obsession I find truly interesting- nor an attempt to capitalize on the fact that, for some unexplainable reason, the cartoon about the Motherhouse lecture (theContinue reading “Iterations: Marketing Strategies (I): Ciro Najle’s Motherhouse”