I will say that I live in Brighton, and I would like to switch “where I would also live” with “where I avoid”…I’m also terrified of riding bikes in the city… no “fixie” for me… and it will probably take me an hour and a half to get anywhere due to the 57 bus line.
That is one amazing sand castle.
It makes me realize I’ve got a helluva lot of sand sculpting skills to learn to do if I ever want to create anything more than a big mound with a “moat” or the ever-classic “Human covered in sand” – the people that create these sculptures are impressive.
And the rainbow in this photo is just the icing on the cake of amazingness, very fitting given the sentiments of the sculpture.
Every culture seems to have a wrapped food item in their culinary repertoire.
Italians have manicotti and cannoli while the Japanese have sushi. The Chinese and Thai have spring rolls, the French have crepes, Polish have stuffed cabbage, and the United States has Little Debbie’s Swiss Rolls.
But the nation that has trumped the UN’s rolled food race would be Mexico with their delectable burritos.
What happens when Architecture students and charity collide?
You get a wicked cool T-Shirt design for an awesome cause… although might say I am a slighty biased because two of my students were members of the team who designed this sweet logo…I’ll let you be the judge…
They blew that goal out of the park… not by 100 shirts, not by 200, but as of this post, 3489 shirts!!
The money raised, from their awesome shirts, thus far totals over $20,000 going directly into the hands of the people directly affected by the April 15th tragedy.
ONLY ONE MORE DAY to get your shirt here and help double their dontation!!!
The five students behind the project are Dan Sussman, BMET ’16, Zach Cariveau, BMET ’16, Patrick Christan, BSA ’16, Jon Silva, BSA ’16, and Austin Speer, BMET ’16.