In this week’s episode: Zechariah 4-7. We continue in the Book of Zechariah with some thoughts about how symbols get made.
To the right, the “Titus Menorah” from the Arch of Titus in Rome, as well as Walish and Struski’s stylized Titus menorah, David and Schechter’s “Shalom al Yisrael” version, the Shamir Brothers’ hypermodern first draft and the final emblem approved by the Committee for the Emblem and the Flag.
In this week’s episode: Zechariah 1-3. We begin the Book of Zechariah with some thoughts about clunky and elegant exposition.
And ICYMI, here’s the piece from Myles McNutt about “sexposition” in Game of Thrones.
In this week’s episode: Haggai 1-2. We begin and conclude the Book of Haggai with some thoughts about the energy a building can bring to a city.
And ICYMI, click here for Set in Stone: Building America’s New Generation of Arts Facilities 1994-2008. Get ready for a riveting read!