, the Warren Ellis forum, remodels Superman #1
, 2000AD Prog 1
, Amazing Adult Fantasy #15
, Young Romance #1
, Zap Comix #1
, Wonder Woman #1
and New Worlds #223
. More remodel fun
. Note that the good stuff tends to be towards the middle of a thread, where the artists have had time to get going and before things tail off.
Mitch Haile's office
requires some explanation.
It began when Mr. Klinsky threw in his two cents, a vague request that a poem he had written for and about his family be lodged in a wall somewhere, Ms. Sherry said, “put in a bottle and hidden away as if it were a time capsule.”
Sometimes when you make a simple suggestion about the remodeling of your $8.5 million 5th Ave. apartment, the designer goes a little overboard
. In an awesome way. Don't miss the slideshow
Dirk Dieter, an industrial and exhibit designer
, paid $101,000 in 1999 for a 250-square-foot house
built on a triangular lot at the end of a dead-end street in Pacifica. Built in 1954, the little house was probably a warming shed for local fishermen, but Dieter's modest yet dramatic renovation
has transformed the house into a marvel of space-saving design,
inspired him to formulate strategies
and design furniture
for streamlined living
, and brought a recent appraisal of $375,000. Previously on MetaFilter: Tiny Footprints.