Lost Buildings review â 103

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Lost Buildings review â 103 î [Download] ➺ Lost Buildings Author Ira Glass – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk The story of a boy named Tim Samuelson who became obsessed with old buildings especially the buildings of Louis Sullivan in Chicago during the 1960's and 70's when they were being torn downLost Buildi The story of a boy named Tim Samuelson whThe story of a boy named Tim Samuelson who became obsessed with old buildings especially the buildings of Louis Sullivan in Chicago during the 's and 's when they were being torn downLost Buildings is a collaboration. This could have been a visual postmortem image dump of a few Louis Sullivan buildings that used to exist in Chicago However Chris Ware used his talents as a visuals based storyteller to bring these static images into a highly engaged story with a beginning middle and end I saved a copy of this book from being thrown away without knowing what it really was and before I realized Ira Glass and Chris Ware were the brains behind it I wasn't expecting to be so moved by images of indescribably beautiful bygone buildings and the people who cared so so so much about them

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As part of a live This American Life stage show The DVD comes packaged inside a beautifulpage book also meticulously designed by Chris Ware and filled with photos of the Louis Sullivan buildings mentioned in the sto. Chris Ware has a tremendous animated short to a vignette from This American Life It's an engaging emotional story of a young boy who salvages pieces from Louis Sullivan buildings being torn down in Chicago circa the 1960's and his mentor who passes the proverbial torch to him The book is filled with his stories and archival pictures never seen before from the salvages of the Garrick Theatre and Chicago Stock Exchange

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Lost BuildingsBetween Ira Glass and graphic novelist Chris Ware Ira did the sound Chris did hundreds of drawings The result is a minute story with sound and images that has never been heard on the radio it was originally produced. Such an amazing project such an eye for detail What a waste the buildings were torn down It is great Nick took so many photographs back then and tried to salvage the beautiful Sullivan design panels alas at the cost of his own lifeI would have liked to read a little bit about the decissions to tear the buildings down How was their overall condition Were they still safe but obsolete How many years were spent on the design and construction of these buildings and how long did their demolition take