J.X. Williams, Red and Black, 2008 is assembled from two ‘lobby brooms’ purchased at a local hardware store but probably dating back to the 70s. Black and Red is the name of an anarchist press in Chicago, famous for publishing the first English translation of Society of the Spectacle by Guy Debord. The early issues of General Idea’s FILE Megazine were published entirely in red and black. Brooms are for witches, of course. On the floor, evidence of the white sage scattered everywhere
We’ve been collecting a series of African American (and one South African) magazine covers to celebrate Black History Month. Here are some the galleries of magazine covers that have been posted on the Newmanology website:
This infographic is a collaboration between GOOD and Aaron Kuehn (@AaronKuehn)
Do you know how to prep your bike for a ride? Whether you’re a bike newbie and prefer to loop around the park or a longtime enthusiast who bikes across the city, it’s important that your bike’s parts function properly so that you stay safe and make the most of your ride. Here’s a pre-ride checklist to get you started on the right track. Once you’re set up, you may be inspired to get around by bike more often. Make sure you’re always prepared by downloading your own copy of the Pre-Ride Bicycle Checklist infographic here.
Join us for our Fix Your Street Challenge on the last Saturday of May. Click here to say you’ll Do It and be sure to share stories of transportation innovation all month.