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  2. mentaltimetraveller:

    Long Suffering
    Henry Codax

     
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  4. sixseasonsandamovie:

    The Velvet Underground - Pale Blue Eyes

    (via tndraa)

     
  5. cabbagerose:

    k house, sydney/chenchow little architects

    via: leibal

    (via an-architectural-statement)

     
  6. (Source: damgree, via thomortiz)

     
  7. turecepcja:

    “Moebius Loop,” 1994 (cassette tapes and nylon ties) by Christian Marclay

    (Source: artsobserver.com)

     
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  9. blueberrymodern:

    Lenore Tawney, Jupiter, 1959 - Museum of Arts and Design, New York

    (via wowgreat)

     
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  11. efedra:

    The Seed Cathedral by Thomas Heatherwick

    This porcupine of a building was in fact the British pavillon at Expo 2010 Shanghai China. Known as the Seed Cathedral, the structure consisted of more than 60,000 transparent rods, each encasing one or more seeds from China’s Kunming Institute of Botany.

    Famed British designer Thomas Heatherwick conceived the walk-in castle as a fiber-optic celebration of nature, illuminated by sunlight and glow at night while the rods swayed with the breeze.

    After the expo closed last fall, the castle was dismantled, but its legacy lives on. The rods, each showing life’s potential, were distributed to schools across China and the United Kingdom.

    (via gallowhill)

     
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  13. vuls:

    Zbyněk Baladrán - Boundaries of Autonomy, 2009

    (via euo)

     
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