Knitta, Please! hits Paris, via Flickr.
• Clive Murphy's Amost Nothing, " a series of meticulously crafted inflatable sculptures made entirely of domestic trash bags," will fill the entirety of Minneapolis' Soap Factory starting tonight.
• Social Design Notes points out 40 key articles on radical geography, including Neil Smith and Phil O'Keefe's "Geography, Marx and the Concept of Nature," compiled to commemorate Antipode's 40th anniversary.
• The Creative Capitol/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant recipients for 2009 have been named: Congrats to all -- including blog pal Paddy Johnson and former Walker curator Joan Rothfuss, who's writing a book on Nam June Paik collaborator Charlotte Moorman.
• The Taliesen Mod.Fab is a prototype prefab green home sized to be transported via railway and designed to be wired or unplugged, "relying on low-consumption fixtures, rainwater harvesting, greywater re-use, natural ventilation, solar orientation, and photovoltaics to reduce energy and water use." Via Dwell.
• Guerrilla knitter Magda Sayeg recently yarnbombed a bus in Mexico City. Watch the video.
• "Tetris for typophiles": The KERN iPhone app.