A Kiwi artist has created a tasteful, and tasty, new World War I memorial – made of biscuits. Kingsley Baird, designer of the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior in Wellington, intends to build a memorial made of 18,000 Anzac biscuits at a museum in France next month
You’re an architect who comes from a family of builders. Those two professions don’t always get along.
In 1997, the Museum Of Modern Art in New York City announced that Yoshio Taniguchi had won a 10-entrant competition against world-famous architects like Bernard Tschumi and Rem Koolhaas to design the museum’s $425 million overhaul. Around the world, art lovers and architecture mavens alike responded with a loud, bemused, “Who?” So unknown was the 67-year-old architect outside his native Japan that one confused well-wisher congratulated Terence Riley, MOMA’s chief curator of architecture and design, on selecting “Tony Gucci,” a nonexistent Italian architect.
Obama’s Kenyan relative arrested on drug duty NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Kenyan drug squad say the half member of President Barack Obama has been arrested for possession of marijuana. Area law enforcement agency principal Joshua Omokulongolo said George Obama was picked up Saturday and was being held at the Huruma riot police post in the […]