Weekend Playlist: WALK

Weekend Playlist: WALK

Your carbon footprint is huge!… walk. Nothing will be decided at the Copenhagen Summit… walk. That über party is dull?… walk. You are showered, dressed and night beckons… walk. You have doubts about being #1?… walk. Your A.P.R. went up?… walk. Your special one decides to play it cool?… walk. Got an itch you can’t scratch?… walk. Tired of waiting to be rescued?… walk. Don’t know the meaning of life?… walk. Burned the chicken?… walk. Someone turned down your recipe?… walk. Can’t reason with those corporate automatons?… walk. After all you’ve done, they still don’t get it?… walk. Caught a glimpse of your former self in a store window… walk. Need to explain yourself?… walk. Mysteriously, you find yourself on a low lit runway?… walk. You see that ever elusive goal become manifest… run.

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Top artwork by Sergio Baradat.

About author
Cuban born with Catalan roots and raised in the Miami, Baradat came to New York to study at Parsons School of Design, New York. Committed to beauty and order, his original art ranges from home furnishings to product design, conceptual illustrations, book covers to promotional and institutional graphics. He has received numerous awards for his work, has been commissioned to design several U.S. postage stamps and is featured in the permanent collections of The Smithsonian’s Cooper Hewitt Museum of Design in New York and The Postal Museum in Washington DC. In his free time, Baradat is an amazing cook, frequent dinner party host, art aficionado and hardcore lover of music.
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  1. do I hear “Love In C Minor” in track 8 Space Jam?

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