Your Daily Link Fix: GIFs Are Art Now?; A Fully Functioning 3D-Printed Loudspeaker
- Enjoy the New Yorker’s Best Architecture Articles for Free: The editors at Places have been busy digging through the New Yorker’s now pay-wall free vault and have rounded up some of the best stories on architecture and urbanism, including profiles of David Adjaye and Bjarke Ingels and a slew of interesting critiques and interviews.
- A Recycling Bin That Helps The Environment And Furry Friends: This neat recycling bin on MyModernMet provides food for stray animals when you deposit a bottle. And the best part: it doesn’t cost the city anything.
- 3D-Printed Loudspeaker Is Music To Our Ears: This 3D printer was able to print out a functioning loudspeaker, says Futurity. No assembly required.
- GIFs Are Now Street Art: Wait, when were GIFs considered art in the first place? Gizmodo spotlights artists Guus ter Beek and Tayfun Sarier who have been mounting these addicting animated loops all over London.
Images: GIFs Street Art courtesy of Gizmodo (left), 3D-printed loudspeaker courtesy of Futurity (right)