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Reblogged from brazilwonders

brazilwonders:

Hanging out in an abandoned psychiatric hospital, the renowned Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione took advantage of the location to continue his 1000 Shadows project, a series of works where he paints floating silhouettes on floors and walls. In this setting, one can imagine the poor souls that used to live in this place. 

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(Source: robotcosmonaut, via harpias)

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humanscalecities:

La Fura dels Baus raises a genuine theatrical experience of a Smart City
How will it be to live in the SmartCities of the future? How will it feel to live in an environment where technology prevails at its purest? Do you dare to travel to a place governed by the criteria of increased intelligence and efficiency?
M.U.R.S. will dampen all the questions to those who will experience this 2.0 installation. It’ll be the experience of living in a prototypical world where the premises of the smart cities are carried to the limit. It will include all aspects of this revolution, without exception: economy, mobility, ecology, citizenship, governance and digital life. This will be, with no doubt, the first SmartShow history, with the unmistakable stamp of La Fura.

humanscalecities:

La Fura dels Baus raises a genuine theatrical experience of a Smart City

How will it be to live in the SmartCities of the future? How will it feel to live in an environment where technology prevails at its purest? Do you dare to travel to a place governed by the criteria of increased intelligence and efficiency?

M.U.R.S. will dampen all the questions to those who will experience this 2.0 installation. It’ll be the experience of living in a prototypical world where the premises of the smart cities are carried to the limit. It will include all aspects of this revolution, without exception: economy, mobility, ecology, citizenship, governance and digital life. This will be, with no doubt, the first SmartShow history, with the unmistakable stamp of La Fura.

Reblogged from cardboardamerica

the-gasoline-station:

Then And Now

Lincoln Motel - Daytona Beach, Florida

Postcard description:

1503 South Atlantic Ave.
Daytona Beach, Florida
The fabulous new Lincoln Motel is located in the Central Area on the “World’s Most Famous Beach.” Air-Conditioned - Private Swimming Pool - TV and Room Phones.
Mrs. Robert Utterberg

(Source: cardboardamerica)

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oldtrafford:

th3sha asked: “Some people think football is a matter of life and death… I assure you, it’s much more important than that.” 
(send me a quote)(available here)

oldtrafford:

th3sha asked: “Some people think football is a matter of life and death… I assure you, it’s much more important than that.” 

(send me a quote)
(available here)

(via fcb-indescribable)

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urbanfunscape:


Title: ‘Brothers in Benches’ I was asked to take part in a residence program in down-town Johannesburg (Maboneng). The aim of the project was to solve issues within the city in a creative way; to come up with innovative ideas and solutions that positively contribute to the community in an artistic way. I collaborated with Sam, a local informal upholstery coach maker. We developed 6 interchangeable movable benches that are made out of reclaimed wooden pallets. The benches were designed so they all interlock with one another as part of one singular structure. We placed them around down-town JHB at various locations and are intended for the public to engage with. Special thanks to Native VML for supporting the project. Created by r1. 2014 r1r1r1.net

urbanfunscape:

Title: ‘Brothers in Benches’ I was asked to take part in a residence program in down-town Johannesburg (Maboneng). The aim of the project was to solve issues within the city in a creative way; to come up with innovative ideas and solutions that positively contribute to the community in an artistic way. I collaborated with Sam, a local informal upholstery coach maker. We developed 6 interchangeable movable benches that are made out of reclaimed wooden pallets. The benches were designed so they all interlock with one another as part of one singular structure. We placed them around down-town JHB at various locations and are intended for the public to engage with. Special thanks to Native VML for supporting the project. Created by r1. 2014 r1r1r1.net

(Source: r1r1r1.net, via goingurban)

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instagram:

German Landscapes Through the Lens of a Young Artist with @obimann

For more of Jannik’s bewitching photography from Munich and its countryside, follow @obimann and @jannikobenhoff on Instagram.

On first glance, the landscape photography of Jannik Obenhoff (@obimann) looks like it belongs to a professionally trained artist—not a ninth grader who divides the rest of his after-school time between soccer and guitar. But if you ask the 14-year-old from Munich, Germany, his age is part of what makes his work so special.

“In my opinion, teen photographers share a different perspective of the world,” he says.

Jannik began exploring photography as a hobby for the first time last year, and starting an Instagram account came hand-in-hand with learning the craft. He wanted to find and get feedback from other young photographers who explored similar themes in their art.

“My favorite kinds of photos to take are landscapes: a lake in the mountains with a beautiful reflection and some fog,” he says. “I always say: ‘If you won’t go out and explore, you won’t see how beautiful nature can be.’”

Reblogged from funsteiger