|You have to be at least 10 years old to ride this bike|
"Actually doing the things I set out to do increases my overall level of satisfaction." Stefan Sagmeister
Guidelines for riding Stefan's bicycle:
Do not stand while pedaling.
Pedal long and hard.
Do not fall off.
Pedal slow and steady.
Do not go crazy.
Go through life slowly, otherwise you'll arrive at death fast.
The Happy Show from Stefan Sagmeister is at Vienna's MAK, until 28th March. It's proving very popular. It looks like being a great success.
I'd be happy to visit The Happy Show again. At least one more time. Maybe twice.
Stefan on Happiness around the World:
In worldwide surveys the Scandinavian countries always seem to do best. But when I travel within Scandinavia and have a coffee in the pedestrian zone of, say, Helsinki, I don't get the feeling I'm surrounded by a particularly happy bunch. The Brazilians seem so much more joyful.
|To see The Happy Show you have to get past these guys|
At The Happy Show I watched one of Stefan's TED TALKS videos and also viewed a 12 minute outtake from The Happy Film project. Despite his claim that this exhibition will not make you happier I finally left the MAK smiling and feeling distinctly upbeat.
You can view Stefan Sagmeister's TED TALKS by simply clicking on the TED TALKS link in the alphabetical list at the foot of this blog and entering Stefan's name in the TED TALKS search box.