Le Corbusier's palette—hues he supposedly considered “eminently architectural,” designed to pair well with white walls and raw wood—comes at a price: from $2 to $5 per square foot. If you can't pick just one, and would rather fetishize and fondle the whole collection, pick up the 174-page book Le Corbusier Polychromie Architecturale. It's selling on Amazon for $400.
Banksy is taking what we think about graffiti and turning it upside down. What is the difference between vandalism and art? Is his "vandalism" just making NYC more beautiful? We hope one of these pops up over by the Chipp'd office.