1. Design Icon: Michael Graves for Dwell | by Gary Nadeau

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    A day in Princeton, New Jersey with architect & design icon "Michael Graves" for dwell.com Director's Cut Produced by Amanda Dameron Directed & Edited by Gary Nadeau Cinematography Jason Koontz Original Music by Fight Mannequins Sound Recordist Adam Koontz Vissi D'Arte from Puccini's "Tosca" Music provided courtesy of Audiosocket via Vimeo Music Store Filmed with a Canon 5dmkII & 60D DIY Skateboard Dolly www.garynadeau.com https://twitter.com/#!/garynadeau https://www.facebook.com/DirectorGaryNadeau

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    • AD Interviews: Michael Graves

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      Michael Graves Architect Michael Graves & Associate Michael Graves Design Group www.michaelgraves.com

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      • AD Interviews: Michael Graves / What is Architecture?

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        Michael Graves Architect Michael Graves & Associate Michael Graves Design Group www.michaelgraves.com

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        • Michael Graves' kettle for Alessi was "a best-seller for 15 years"

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          Alberto Alessi discusses the popularity of Michael Graves' kettle with a bird-shaped whistle in the penultimate movie from our series of exclusive video interviews with the president of the Italian design brand. Read more: http://www.dezeen.com/2014/07/08/movie-alberto-alessi-michael-graves-9093-kettle-best-seller-15-years/

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          • AD Interviews: Michael Graves / On American Architecture

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            Michael Graves Architect Michael Graves & Associate Michael Graves Design Group www.michaelgraves.com

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            • AD Interviews: Michael Graves / To future students

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              Michael Graves Architect Michael Graves & Associate Michael Graves Design Group www.michaelgraves.com

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              • AD Interviews: Michael Graves / The role of the Architect

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                Michael Graves Architect Michael Graves & Associate Michael Graves Design Group www.michaelgraves.com

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                • Misfits - Walk Among Us

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                  Misfits WALK AMONG US From the album: American Psycho DON'T Grindhouse Trailer by Edgwar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost THIS IS A FAN VIDEO. ............. Don't Edgar Wright's contribution, Don't, was produced in the style of a 1970s' Hammer House of Horror film trailer.[11] The trailer featured appearances from Jason Isaacs, Matthew Macfadyen, singer Katie Melua, Lee Ingleby, Georgina Chapman, Emily Booth, Stuart Wilson, Lucy Punch, Rafe Spall, Wright regulars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, and a voice-over by Will Arnett.[7][12] Mark Gatiss, MyAnna Buring, Peter Serafinowicz, Michael Smiley and Nicola Cunningham (who played the zombie "Mary" in Shaun of the Dead), among others, made cameo appearances though they eventually went uncredited. To get the necessary 1970s' look, Wright used vintage lenses and old-style graphics. During editing, he scratched some of the film with steel wool and dragged it around a parking lot to make it appear neglected by wayward projectionists.[7] According to Wright, "In the '70s, when American International would release European horror films, they'd give them snazzier titles. And the one that inspired me was this Jorge Grau film: In the UK, it's called The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue. In Spain and in Italy, I think it's called Do Not Speak Ill of the Dead. But in the States, it was called Don't Open the Window. I just loved the fact that there isn't a big window scene in the film—it's all based around the spin and the voiceover not really telling you what the hell is going on in the film."[5] On the Charlie Rose talk show, Quentin Tarantino also pointed out another aspect of American advertising of British films in the 1970s that is being referenced—none of the actors have any dialogue in the trailer, as if the trailer was intentionally edited to prevent American viewers from realizing that the film is British ............. Walk Among Us They'll find pieces of you scattered on the ground I am the madman in your dreams We are the evil ones We need the planet to demonstrate We want your body to incubate Begin the breeding of an alien superior race That in which will ultimately dominate Give into what you cannot fight Walk Among Us! Walk Among Us! The abductions have already begun All around us we've infected someone you love Initiate the start of an alien war We're already one! Give into what you cannot fight Walk Among Us! Walk Among Us! -Misfits- ................. Become a fan of my videos and art on facebook here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dandy-Jon/153157379861?ref=mf http://dandy-jon.deviantart.com/ peace

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                  • Architect Michael Graves discusses his career in design

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                    Michael Graves, hailed by a New York Times critic as "truly the most original voice American architecture has produced in some time," discussed his illustrious career in architecture in a special guest lecture, "The Grand Tour," Dec. 3 at the Texas A&M College of Architecture. Graves, who designed the university's new George P. Mitchell Physics Building on University Avenue, spoke at the Langford Architecture Center's Preston Geren Auditorium. Among his most well-known projects are the Humana Building in Louisville, Ky., cited by Time magazine as one of the 10 best buildings of the 1980s, the San Juan Capistrano Public Library, the Emory University Museum in Atlanta, The Newark Museum, various projects for the Walt Disney Company, the Denver Central Library, the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport in The Hague, The U.S. Courthouse in Washington, D.C., and the scaffolding for the 1999-2000 restoration of the Washington Monument. Graves calls himself a "general practitioner," designing not only the interiors for the majority of his projects, including furniture, lighting fixtures, even jewelry and dinnerware for companies such as Alessi, Steben, Disney, Phillips Electronics and Black and Decker. His work is available to a wide range of consumers through his partnership with Target, which features his designs in a variety of product categories. In addition to his diversified and prolific design work, Graves is an influential theorist; he taught at Princeton University for almost 40 years, and is the university's Robert Schirmer Professor of Architecture emeritus.

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                    • AD Interviews: Michael Graves / On green architecture

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                      Michael Graves Architect Michael Graves & Associate Michael Graves Design Group www.michaelgraves.com

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