Nicholas Lambert Presentation to \"The Art of Crossing the Street\"

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Nicholas Lambert visited the SAIC class, \"The Art of Crossing the Street\" on October 31, 2008.

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Nicholas Lambert Presentation to \"The Art of Crossing the Street\"

  1. 1. “ Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter” -Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
  2. 2. <ul><li>PRESENTATION BY NICHOLAS LAMBERT TO SAIC CLASS “THE ART OF CROSSING THE STREET” OCTOBER 31, 2008 </li></ul>
  3. 4. Walter de Maria
  4. 5. Krystof Wodizko / John Yates
  5. 6. Barry McGee
  6. 7. Barry McGee
  7. 8. John Heartfield
  8. 9. John Heartfield
  9. 21. Street Art Workers
  10. 22. Street Art Workers
  11. 23. Street Art Workers
  12. 24. Street Art Workers
  13. 25. Peace Signs
  14. 27. Peace Signs
  15. 30. Justseeds.org
  16. 31. Justseeds.org
  17. 32. Justseeds.org
  18. 41. Groundworks
  19. 42. Transborder Immigrant tool Project
  20. 43. Architecture for Humanity
  21. 44. Architecture for Humanity - Cameron Sinclair
  22. 45. Architecture for Humanity
  23. 46. Architecture for Humanity
  24. 47. Architecture for Humanity
  25. 48. Architecture for Humanity
  26. 49. Architecture for Humanity
  27. 50. Architecture for Humanity
  28. 51. Architecture for Humanity
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