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If you're not already besotted with the romantic-coolness of James Gulliver Hancock's name alone, let him woo you some more with today's delightful insight into his illustrated world. -Jenny x
I've stood in line so many times outside this building, and put together all it's front facades to know the whole block round in my head.
I find it particularly romantic that it's called PS1. It feels very Socialist to number your schools, and ironically Americans seem to fear socialism like the plague. I like the dichotomy.
On top of that, this isn't a school any more it's an awesome gallery, that is way more random than the big official MOMA in Manhattan. A must visit if you're ever here. Last thing I saw inside was a room full of different coloured masking tape hanging from floor to ceiling forming an incredibly fragile and colourful prison... somehow reflected the history of the room.
All The Buildings in New York