[ROVERNET - UK] Re: Grilled BM
stephen at beerinc.com
Fri Nov 19 14:29:23 GMT 2004
I do think there are aesthetic definitions most can agree with defining
Proportion and purity of line contribute to that "timeless" good design.
Things go in and out of fashion but good design does not.
Bangles BMW bungling may be fashionable now because of good marketing
(or God knows what) but I believe the fussy "flame surfaces" will be
regarded in 20 years time the way I look at the clothes I wore in 1984
(sheesh!). I'm a bit too old to wear the trendy stuff now -- and I
would not drive a Bangle Bimmer -- but that Rover coupe I'd be proud to
drive, grill included.
Where did I put those Jazz shoes?
On Nov 19, 2004, at 8:51 AM, Fritz Rauschenberg wrote:
> Ben, it's all subjective. While somethings are beautiful at once &
> forever, some are
> beautiful after awhile-they grow on you. Then some are ugly at once &
> forever. The
> Rover grille might be growing on some. However to you it may well be
> ugly at once &
> forever. For me, I don't know yet-it could be OK.
> Fritz Rauschenberg
> Linda and Ben Rodgers wrote:
>> Hi Folks
>> A couple of days ago I made the remark that I thought the
>> on the new Rovers were ugly!!!!and still do? Strangely there was no
>> response?? does that mean everyone agrees with me?????Wow!!!
>> Regards Ben
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