New York marks the end of the 00s
To mark the end of the decade we still can't get used to calling the 'noughties', New York magazine invited imagemakers to come up with their own takes on 00
St John's piece is a physical model...
While Fellow Designers' is 3D
Other versions are featured within the magazine, from
And Alex Trochut
Design director: Chris Dixon. See a slide show of all the 00s here
It's a nice idea. Curiously Matt Owen's proposal looks more like Alex Trochut's type of work! Are they swapped?
Love Jonathan Gray's contribution. Definitely two of the biggest events of the decade - even from a British POV.
Jonathan Gray's does it for me. I think even my gran would get it. As nice as they are, the rest could represent any decade really... Carson - WTF?
David Carson's is the worst, why do people keep giving this has-been anything?!
I really love the piece by St John's. It is so clean, like the beginning of a new and bright future.
weird that they showed that one by carson. check out the two on his website -
The St John piece is so beautiful, it really represents purity and hope.
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