Message - Re: Another "World" Trade Center

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Posted by  Per Corell on October 25, 2002 at 03:36:11:

In Reply to:  Re: Another "World" Trade Center posted by d on October 24, 2002 at 12:24:42:

You are quite right, but this count the occations where everyone would say "This is it" , ----- just like with true art you very often right away just know this is art, being somthing extraordernary somthing quite different and often somthing not "seen" before.
But to express a project for a new WTC in a sketch realy ask somthing special, ------ not that I don't think it is not possibel, as this also are my belive, that offcaurse there will be an artist that will perform the true solution, but WTC is not just the towers, it's the intire part of that town, it's the underground and the skyline beside it is the direction the world will take.
I will to advise to post the sketch to the scrapbook, ---- also becaurse even this is maby not the ideal project, it could containe details or methods that could add valuable details, and maby a sketch could bring in just what is needed and noone maby ever thought about, guess the web will protect aswell as any other registrating copyrights, I just did so with an idear about a boat design in the scrapbook, after I realised that this idear about twin dropkeels easyli could be next year new trend in boat design ; with the scrapbook you can document that you found this first; a major problem protecting your rights.

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