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On Saturday, May 3, 1969, CalArts’ administration, Board of Trustees and special guests gathered at noon on a sprawling field in Valencia, California, for an event titled, The Great Ground Breaking.

On Saturday, May 3, 1969, CalArts’ administration, Board of Trustees and special guests gathered at noon on a sprawling field in Valencia, California, for an event titled, The Great Ground Breaking.

Regramming badges I made for @ckallmyer and The Los Angeles Department of Weather Modification!

Regramming badges I made for @ckallmyer and The Los Angeles Department of Weather Modification!

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Happy Earth Day! In honor of the annual event, we look back at Eric Arctander’s Nieuw Amsterdam ShorelineIn 1980, the environmental artist recreated the original shoreline of Manhattan, prior to landfill, across and along present-day streets and sidewalks.

The mile and a half of vivid green and blue—colors chosen to evoke land and water and to avoid confusion with highway markings in the area—began at Wall Street, New Amsterdam’s northern boundary, and extended southwest along Pearl Street to Broad Street. The two parallel lines—each four inches wide with a four-inch gap between— extended up and down Broad Street to a point just north of Beaver Street, designating the man-made canal, called “Heere Gracht” after Amsterdam’s famed waterway, which remained a landfill until 1673. Read more. 

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