VOTE

“Let us never forget that government is ourselves and not an alien power over us. The ultimate rulers of our democracy are not a President and senators and congressmen and government officials, but the voters of this country.” — Franklin Delano Roosevelt

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

It’s Tuesday, November 4.

Election Day 2008.

Whatever your affiliation (or non-affiliation), Liane and I encourage y’all to get out there and exercise your inalienable right as a citizen of the U.S. of A.

V O T E . V O T E . V O T E .

In observance of this history-making election, we’d like to take the opportunity to address the issue of change. Fundamental change that, we believe, is necessary for our country and its next leader to address as we head into the 21st century:

The redesign of the White House.

White House Redux.

White House Redux. ©2008 Wired Magazine

The current issue of WIRED features a story on White House Redux, “a competition to redesign the executive residence, organized by the Storefront for Art and Architecture and Control Group.”

It seems there’s a limited edition book (500) as well.

Enjoy… and V O T E (or vice versa).

And, on related sidenote, we’ve just learned from Will that painting on 1133 will begin early next week. The color?

W H I T E .

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