darksilenceinsuburbia:

Esther Stocker

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nexttoparchitects:

by joanm_garces Welcome back! #pfc #montcadavortex #protofactory #model #maqueta #superarchitects #wood #metal

nexttoparchitects:

by joanm_garces Welcome back! #pfc #montcadavortex #protofactory #model #maqueta #superarchitects #wood #metal

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mpdrolet:

From One Foot in Eden
John Lusk Hathaway

mpdrolet:

From One Foot in Eden

John Lusk Hathaway

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archidose:

Hedvig Skjerdingstad, ‘Copenhagen City Museum – A Matter of Time’, 2014
www.skjerdingstad.com

archidose:

Hedvig Skjerdingstad, ‘Copenhagen City Museum – A Matter of Time’, 2014

www.skjerdingstad.com

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archidose:

Hedvig Skjerdingstad, ‘Copenhagen City Museum – A Matter of Time’, 2014
www.skjerdingstad.com

archidose:

Hedvig Skjerdingstad, ‘Copenhagen City Museum – A Matter of Time’, 2014

www.skjerdingstad.com

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mpdrolet:

Menalo
Panos Kokkinias

mpdrolet:

Menalo

Panos Kokkinias

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inaclearing:

from Dam and Man in Savoy, by Céline Clanet 

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huffingtonpost:

Watch California Dry Up Right Before Your Eyes In 6 Jaw-Dropping GIFs

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rudygodinez:

Adam Jeppesen, Untitled 2037, Pt.1 & Pt.2, (2013)

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humansofnewyork:

"I was in the infantry. We were stationed in Laos when we heard on the radio that the treaty was signed and the war was over. Everyone started celebrating and screaming and lifting each other in the air. None of us cared that we’d lost the war. We were so tired of fighting. When we heard the news, we started waving our arms and celebrating with the same North Vietnamese soldiers that we’d been shooting at the day before. The times had made us fight each other. But we were all still Vietnamese." 
(Ho Chi Minh City \ Saigon, Vietnam)

humansofnewyork:

"I was in the infantry. We were stationed in Laos when we heard on the radio that the treaty was signed and the war was over. Everyone started celebrating and screaming and lifting each other in the air. None of us cared that we’d lost the war. We were so tired of fighting. When we heard the news, we started waving our arms and celebrating with the same North Vietnamese soldiers that we’d been shooting at the day before. The times had made us fight each other. But we were all still Vietnamese." 

(Ho Chi Minh City \ Saigon, Vietnam)

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humansofnewyork:

"We’d get advanced warning when the American B-52’s were going to bomb the enemy positions. These were the most frightening times of the war. We’d stuff cotton in our ears and our nose and shut our eyes tight and crouch down against the ground. The bombs didn’t drop in one place. They spread out like sand. And if you weren’t ready for them and happened to be standing up with your ears uncovered and your eyes open, the pressure alone could burst your heart or break a vessel in your brain. When they dropped their bombs, I don’t think those pilots knew what it was like on the ground."
(Ho Chi Minh City \ Saigon, Vietnam)

humansofnewyork:

"We’d get advanced warning when the American B-52’s were going to bomb the enemy positions. These were the most frightening times of the war. We’d stuff cotton in our ears and our nose and shut our eyes tight and crouch down against the ground. The bombs didn’t drop in one place. They spread out like sand. And if you weren’t ready for them and happened to be standing up with your ears uncovered and your eyes open, the pressure alone could burst your heart or break a vessel in your brain. When they dropped their bombs, I don’t think those pilots knew what it was like on the ground."

(Ho Chi Minh City \ Saigon, Vietnam)

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rattyasscompadre:

Alexander Gronsky

rattyasscompadre:

Alexander Gronsky

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floresenelatico:

Not Red But Green by Per Kristian Nygård at Noplace in Oslo, Norway

floresenelatico:

Not Red But Green by Per Kristian Nygård at Noplace in Oslo, Norway

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doctorcrowd:

Alex Prager, Crowd Control, 2014

Alex Prager is an American photographer and filmmaker who lives and works in Los Angeles and New York City with a portfolio of clients that ranges from MOMA to Vanity Fair. Last year, upon the completion of his successful signature photography project ‘Faces In The Crowd‘ Alex decided to rework the images that had got him so much attention into flashy and “Golden Era influenced” short film.

Premiering on Nowness, the film takes a stark look at various crowded situations or scenes – all of which have been carefully choreographed by Alex – and allows your eyes to identify with different individuals in amongst the group. 

Source: Konbini

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stevemccurrystudios:

A THIRD OF OUR LIVES

“Now, blessings light on him that first invented sleep!   It covers a man all over, thoughts and all, like a cloak; it is meat for the hungry, drink for the thirsty, heat for the cold, and cold for the hot.  It is the current coin that purchases all the pleasures of the world cheap, and the balance that sets the king and the shepherd, the fool and the wise man, even. “
-Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote, 1605

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