All images and comics are drawn by Grant Snider and are copyrighted by Incidental Comics. Surprisingly, Grant Snider practices orthodontics in Wichita, Kansas, USA. I guess that explains why it is called ‘Incidental Comics’. . Architectural Criticism Translated The city gets tense when a new building appears on the skyline Dancing about architecture Iconic Houses […]
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Comic copyright United Feature Syndicate, Inc. I couldn’t agree more with the Dilbert comic above. Architects don’t get paid for their proposal, and the best part is rushing for a deadline and project that only exist on paper.
For all those single architects and architecture students, happy valentine’s day. . And to the lucky one, here is a meme pick up line for mr.architect. Found this comic at 9gag.com, I remember someone wore a ‘Architects do it with model’ T-shirt during my university years.
Dilbert (Comic copyright Scott Adams/Universal) is one of my favorite comic, trailing behind my all time number one favorite comic – Calvin and Hobbes. according to Urban Dictionary, Cad Monkey are : One who assists a computer aided drafter/designer in carrying out mundane and repetitive cad related duties such as printing, printer maintenance, and simple […]
Been there, done that. No matter how early one starts doing their projects and assignments, there will always be the last minute panic mode, even when you’re done, you wished you had a little bit more time. In Japan, they called it the Kaizen spirit, where the race for perfection is a marathon with no […]
Source: Steve Duenes New Yorker cartoon. It’s apparently now fashionable to poke fun at Santiago Calatrava. Hair style modeled after his Milwaukee Art Museum. via Structuresblog I’m not a fan of Santiago Calatrava’s architecture; I find his style somewhat too ‘tectonic’, I prefer something simple, say, minimalist. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not bashing him, […]
Comic from Speedbump