Daily Link Fix

4D-Printed Dress, MoMA, Nervous System, Kinematics
  • MoMA gets the first 4D-printed dress, which automatically changes shape. [Dezeen]
  • More people in cities today live in poverty than in 1970. [Next City]
  • Ever take a ride on the number 11 train? There’s a quirky history behind this subway sign. [Forgotten NY]
  • And here’s a list of 16 more things you probably didn’t know about the NYC subway. [Thrillist]
  • Check out this round up of 16 (must be today’s lucky number!) old-school Lower East Side stores with staying power. [The Lo-Down]
  • A new book, Training Days: The Subway Artists Then and Now, presents the first-person accounts of 12 infamous graffiti writers of the 1970s. [Fast Co. Design]

Images: 4D-printed dress via Nervous System (L); Number 12 train via Wiki Commons (R)


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