A loyal reader alerted me to an iconic mural that towers over the intersection of New York’s Houston and Mott Streets.
It’s a 50-foot-tall piece produced in tandem with the Guggenheim’s exhibition Peter Fischli and David Weiss: How to Work Better.
The simple, ten-point list is often prominent in artists’ studios and business offices “tacked up as a reminder of effective work patterns and collaboration.”
Even observed without the history of the mural, the piece speaks to the modern notion of always being busy, a reminder to slow down rather than rush through each subsequent task … and, oh yeah, to SMILE.
Source: ThisIs Collosal.com via RM
Tommorrow: “More Rules for Working Smarter”