“Tomoka is the legendary schooner Captain Bill McCoy used for rum-running, also known as bootlegging, during the time of prohibition. Tomoka was one of the most famous rum-runners and as McCoy became famous for never watering his booze and only selling top brands, Tomoka is often associated with the term “The Real McCoy”. The bottle label tells the story of Captain McCoy and the inspiration behind Tomoka.”
A graphic art series of digital photo manipulations by Chad Hagen. Chad Hagen is an art director and graphic designer based in Minneapolis, USA. He creates amazing graphics, infographics, artworks and illustrations. In this series Chad Hagen took some images of historical moments and pixelated the most important part of the pictures.
Despite all of the rallying from lovers of modern architecture and a call to be classified as an historical monument, the restaurant of the Thomas-Houston de Velizy-Villacoublay center has been destroyed - a major work by the architecture duo Claude Parent and Paul Virilio. Made of a strong brutalism, a clever construction, and a great formal force, this piece of Patrimony was a victim to a great lack of attention to our architectural history, which will one day judge the responsable parties for this destruction.