courageous-and-strong:

Lonely Cottageby ~FrederikM

Amazing.

courageous-and-strong:

Lonely Cottageby ~FrederikM

Amazing.

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This little guy.

This little guy.

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bieb-uh:

vegtble:

vaitape:

samueldhall:

Perfect perfect perfect perfect. This just became my favourite all time photo on tumblr

Looks like an open book

is that a wave? wow


modern/fresh - message for a follow

bieb-uh:

vegtble:

vaitape:

samueldhall:

Perfect perfect perfect perfect. This just became my favourite all time photo on tumblr

Looks like an open book

is that a wave? wow

modern/fresh - message for a follow

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7sobm:

Zack Seckler

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betype:

Lettering Collection by Jimbo Bernaus.

Lettering

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a-lingering-soliloquy:

Give me this right this instant. 

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typicalhope:

coffee

love this.

typicalhope:

coffee

love this.

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artissimo:

prophets of tomorrow by rafa insaneSparrow Volume 14: Ashley Wood 3

artissimo:

prophets of tomorrow by rafa insane

Sparrow Volume 14: Ashley Wood 3

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nycartscene:

closes soon (June 15):

Lebbeus Woods, Architect
 
The Drawing Center, 35 Wooster St., NYC

The exhibition brings together works from the past forty years by architect Lebbeus Woods, centering on transformation as a recurring theme and providing a framework for understanding the experimental nature of his work. Acknowledging the parallels between society’s physical and psychological constructions, Woods has depicted a career-long narrative of how these constructions transform our being. Working mostly, but not exclusively, with pencil on paper, Woods has created an oeuvre of complex worlds—at times abstract and at times explicit—that present shifts, cycles, repetitions within the built environment. His timeless architecture is not in a particular style or in response to a singular moment in the field; rather, it offers an opportunity to consider how built forms impact the individual and the collective, and reflect contemporary political, social and ideological conditions, and how one person contributes to the development and mutation of the built world.

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