Using her avatar, Alice Krueger moves around a spacious living room filled with her friends. The party is laid back.
Originally published on Tue July 9, 2013 10:37 am
The handicapped sign is getting a new look — at least in New York City.
The initial design, created in 1968, depicted a person with no head in a wheelchair. The sign has changed since then — the figure eventually got a head — and now it's trying something new.
Sara Hendren, a Harvard graduate design student, is co-creator of a guerrilla street art project that replaces the old sign with something more active.
Esha Mehta and Bill Casson had unique qualifications in mind when they looked at universities to attend.