Check out the latest issue, Fall 2009, of Log [Observations on architecture and the contemporary city]. The initial thought for this issue was to “explore the idea of depth in the superficial in architecture” (1) so a 3-D drawing for the cover seemed perfect as it references the idea of depth, which can only be seen properly by using 3-D glasses.
Naturally, the initial superficial attraction to the 3-D cover will soon be overshadowed by the articles this issue contain, which, are as always, engaging and timely. “Log 17, guest edited by Mark Foster Gage and Florencia Pita, features essays and conversations focusing on relationships between new media and materiality in architecture – with an emphasis on sensation and affect.”(2)
1. –, “Cover Story.,” Log, no. 17 (Fall 2008): 152
2. Contents. Log.