sky, sea, sand, ironwood trees: a slice of waimanolo

sky, sea, sand, ironwood trees: a slice of waimanolo

Jan 7, 2017

sky, sea, sand, ironwood trees: a slice of waimanolo

so good

so good

Jun 30, 2016

so good

bridge fog

bridge fog

Sep 21, 2014

bridge fog

Donald Judd, Marfa

Donald Judd, Marfa

May 17, 2014

  Donald Judd, 100 Untitled Works in Mill Aluminum, Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas

hybrid tube amp by kouichi futatsumata

hybrid tube amp by kouichi futatsumata

Feb 17, 2012

hybrid tube amp by kouichi futatsumata

MUNI Minimalism

MUNI Minimalism

Oct 26, 2009
Helveticize Your Web

Helveticize Your Web

Sep 14, 2009

It’s been fun to see new scripts and themes developed to “Helveticize” the web, starting with Google Reader, then Google Calendar, Gmail, and now Twitter.  If you’re a Helvetica lover, you’re in luck.  Get rid of multiple fonts and cluttered interfaces and give your apps a minimalist makeover.  It is just a visual makeover, though, […]

Think Small

Think Small

Feb 20, 2007

“Matthew Adams outside his 120-square-foot house by Modern Cabana on his 160 acres near Red Bluff, Calif. He wanted a well-designed dwelling that would have the least effect on his land.” Minimalism and thinking small meshes well with eco-friendly culture and attempts to live off the grid.  From an article at the NYTImes. A wave […]

A-Z West

Feb 26, 2006

Andrea Zittel has always been one of my favorite artists since I saw her work in NYC in the late nineties.  The NYTImes has a review of her latest work in Rethinking the World by Cutting it Down to Size. That she puts her money where her mouth is, so to speak, is evident in […]

Design 2.0: Minimalism, Transparency, and You

Feb 6, 2006

Today happens to be the four month anniversary of eHub Interviews, a series of email questions and answers with the creators and companies behind many of the new web 2.0 services and applications that we’ve been witnessing and using online. According to many of you who write in, the interviews are “one of your favorite […]

Design something original

Design something original

Aug 25, 2005

Princeton Technology has created a hard drive that’s “inspired by” the Mac Mini, so much so that it really looks just like it other than the logo etched on the top and side.. not the kind of font that Steve Jobs would approve.  Frankly, I like the silver-white-milky aesthetic of the Mini’s design and Apple’s […]

Mac Mini

Mac Mini

May 21, 2005

Smaller is better.  The new Mac Mini is lighter and thinner than my firewire drive.