sub-liminal
sub-liminal
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likeafieldmouse:

Nadav Kander - More from the series Yangtze, the Long River
likeafieldmouse:

Nadav Kander - More from the series Yangtze, the Long River
likeafieldmouse:

Nadav Kander - More from the series Yangtze, the Long River
likeafieldmouse:

Nadav Kander - More from the series Yangtze, the Long River
likeafieldmouse:

Nadav Kander - More from the series Yangtze, the Long River
likeafieldmouse:

Nadav Kander - More from the series Yangtze, the Long River
likeafieldmouse:

Nadav Kander - More from the series Yangtze, the Long River
likeafieldmouse:

Nadav Kander - More from the series Yangtze, the Long River
likeafieldmouse:

Nadav Kander - More from the series Yangtze, the Long River
likeafieldmouse:

Nadav Kander - More from the series Yangtze, the Long River
Alex MacLean's Mesmerizing Aerial Photography
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kateoplis:

“Lady Florence Norman, a suffragette, on her motor-scooter in 1916, traveling to work at offices in London where she was a supervisor.”
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kateoplis:

Banksy
kateoplis:

Banksy
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nevver:

Springtime for Vincent
nevver:

Springtime for Vincent
nevver:

Springtime for Vincent
nevver:

Springtime for Vincent
nevver:

Springtime for Vincent
nevver:

Springtime for Vincent
nevver:

Springtime for Vincent
nevver:

Springtime for Vincent
nevver:

Springtime for Vincent
nevver:

Springtime for Vincent
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kateoplis:

The Six Kings
kateoplis:

The Six Kings
kateoplis:

The Six Kings
kateoplis:

The Six Kings
kateoplis:

The Six Kings
kateoplis:

The Six Kings
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ummhello:

Dutchess County Residence, Allied Works Architecture
Doug Aitken’s video projection, Lighthouse, 2007, envelopes the house.
ummhello:

Dutchess County Residence, Allied Works Architecture
Doug Aitken’s video projection, Lighthouse, 2007, envelopes the house.
ummhello:

Dutchess County Residence, Allied Works Architecture
Doug Aitken’s video projection, Lighthouse, 2007, envelopes the house.
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danielkbrown:

A Philosophical machine Boris Bernaskoni’s ARC AT Nikola-Lenivets
1 / 11 The ARC, described by its designer, Boris Bernaskoni, as a landscape object rather than a building, is situated on the edge of a forest. (Photo: Yuri Palmin) The ARC, a 13.2 meter high blackened timber structure, acts both as a kind of triumphal arch and portal, whilst also containing a well, bar and observation deck – and a single multi-purpose room.
The circumstances around the construction of this hauntingly intelligent architectural offspring of Russian conceptual art tradition are worth relating.
About 20 years ago, the village of Nikola-Lenivets in the Kaluga Region, was a typical dying outpost of Russia’s inhabited realm, with a ruined church, the decaying remnants of an extinct collective farm and just three families surviving on vegetable allotments. This was at the time when Moscow was probably the world’s hot spot of anarchic energy and creative indulgence – for the spectacular collapse of the ‘Evil Empire’ was experienced by many as an Apocalypse and a new Universal Beginning. Artists flew to the West in droves, but there were also those who sought refuge from the looming tsunami of western capitalism in the depths of the Motherland’s frozen backwoods, attempting in remote and autonomous artistic communes to realize fragments of the broken promise of global communism.
danielkbrown:

A Philosophical machine Boris Bernaskoni’s ARC AT Nikola-Lenivets
1 / 11 The ARC, described by its designer, Boris Bernaskoni, as a landscape object rather than a building, is situated on the edge of a forest. (Photo: Yuri Palmin) The ARC, a 13.2 meter high blackened timber structure, acts both as a kind of triumphal arch and portal, whilst also containing a well, bar and observation deck – and a single multi-purpose room.
The circumstances around the construction of this hauntingly intelligent architectural offspring of Russian conceptual art tradition are worth relating.
About 20 years ago, the village of Nikola-Lenivets in the Kaluga Region, was a typical dying outpost of Russia’s inhabited realm, with a ruined church, the decaying remnants of an extinct collective farm and just three families surviving on vegetable allotments. This was at the time when Moscow was probably the world’s hot spot of anarchic energy and creative indulgence – for the spectacular collapse of the ‘Evil Empire’ was experienced by many as an Apocalypse and a new Universal Beginning. Artists flew to the West in droves, but there were also those who sought refuge from the looming tsunami of western capitalism in the depths of the Motherland’s frozen backwoods, attempting in remote and autonomous artistic communes to realize fragments of the broken promise of global communism.
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likeafieldmouse:

Some of my Neo Rauch favorites:
1. Quicksilver
2. Haus
3. Repose
4. Industrial Kitchen
5. Baptism
6. Start
7. Reflection
8. Predecessor
likeafieldmouse:

Some of my Neo Rauch favorites:
1. Quicksilver
2. Haus
3. Repose
4. Industrial Kitchen
5. Baptism
6. Start
7. Reflection
8. Predecessor
likeafieldmouse:

Some of my Neo Rauch favorites:
1. Quicksilver
2. Haus
3. Repose
4. Industrial Kitchen
5. Baptism
6. Start
7. Reflection
8. Predecessor
likeafieldmouse:

Some of my Neo Rauch favorites:
1. Quicksilver
2. Haus
3. Repose
4. Industrial Kitchen
5. Baptism
6. Start
7. Reflection
8. Predecessor
likeafieldmouse:

Some of my Neo Rauch favorites:
1. Quicksilver
2. Haus
3. Repose
4. Industrial Kitchen
5. Baptism
6. Start
7. Reflection
8. Predecessor
likeafieldmouse:

Some of my Neo Rauch favorites:
1. Quicksilver
2. Haus
3. Repose
4. Industrial Kitchen
5. Baptism
6. Start
7. Reflection
8. Predecessor
likeafieldmouse:

Some of my Neo Rauch favorites:
1. Quicksilver
2. Haus
3. Repose
4. Industrial Kitchen
5. Baptism
6. Start
7. Reflection
8. Predecessor
likeafieldmouse:

Some of my Neo Rauch favorites:
1. Quicksilver
2. Haus
3. Repose
4. Industrial Kitchen
5. Baptism
6. Start
7. Reflection
8. Predecessor
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nevver:

The Naked City, Jeremy Mann
nevver:

The Naked City, Jeremy Mann
nevver:

The Naked City, Jeremy Mann
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angrywhistler:

Daniel Schwartz
angrywhistler:

Daniel Schwartz
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everydayhybridity:

Classic Albums, Paintings of London, and Paintings of World Cities  Through Google Street View - The Guardian
This provides a rather unique way to look at how places change, and to imagine iconic images in their contemporary everyday surroundings.
everydayhybridity:

Classic Albums, Paintings of London, and Paintings of World Cities  Through Google Street View - The Guardian
This provides a rather unique way to look at how places change, and to imagine iconic images in their contemporary everyday surroundings.
everydayhybridity:

Classic Albums, Paintings of London, and Paintings of World Cities  Through Google Street View - The Guardian
This provides a rather unique way to look at how places change, and to imagine iconic images in their contemporary everyday surroundings.
everydayhybridity:

Classic Albums, Paintings of London, and Paintings of World Cities  Through Google Street View - The Guardian
This provides a rather unique way to look at how places change, and to imagine iconic images in their contemporary everyday surroundings.
everydayhybridity:

Classic Albums, Paintings of London, and Paintings of World Cities  Through Google Street View - The Guardian
This provides a rather unique way to look at how places change, and to imagine iconic images in their contemporary everyday surroundings.
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likeafieldmouse:

Theo Jansen - Strandbeest (since 1990)
likeafieldmouse:

Theo Jansen - Strandbeest (since 1990)
likeafieldmouse:

Theo Jansen - Strandbeest (since 1990)
likeafieldmouse:

Theo Jansen - Strandbeest (since 1990)
likeafieldmouse:

Theo Jansen - Strandbeest (since 1990)
likeafieldmouse:

Theo Jansen - Strandbeest (since 1990)
likeafieldmouse:

Theo Jansen - Strandbeest (since 1990)
likeafieldmouse:

Theo Jansen - Strandbeest (since 1990)
likeafieldmouse:

Theo Jansen - Strandbeest (since 1990)
likeafieldmouse:

Theo Jansen - Strandbeest (since 1990)
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architizer:

American photographer Ben Marcin, has scanned some of the hard-hit neighborhoods of the U.S. eastern seaboard to document the orphaned houses of urban change in his series “Last House Standing”. Read more.