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衣, 食, 住 In No Particular Order
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99percentinvisible:

Abstracted, imaginary urban settlements could be from the past, present or future. 
99percentinvisible:

Abstracted, imaginary urban settlements could be from the past, present or future. 
99percentinvisible:

Abstracted, imaginary urban settlements could be from the past, present or future. 
99percentinvisible:

Abstracted, imaginary urban settlements could be from the past, present or future. 
99percentinvisible:

Abstracted, imaginary urban settlements could be from the past, present or future. 
99percentinvisible:

Abstracted, imaginary urban settlements could be from the past, present or future. 
99percentinvisible:

Abstracted, imaginary urban settlements could be from the past, present or future. 
99percentinvisible:

Abstracted, imaginary urban settlements could be from the past, present or future. 
99percentinvisible:

Abstracted, imaginary urban settlements could be from the past, present or future. 
99percentinvisible:

Abstracted, imaginary urban settlements could be from the past, present or future. 
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hyperallergic:

(via Marcel Duchamp Paints the Body Electric)
PARIS — A nomadic but steady hand is clearly sensed in Marcel Duchamp’s work. He is often an excellent painter. But it is also true that with Duchamp’s legacy of conceptually anti-retinal art (and anti-art), there is something so pregnant with free-floating information that it electrifies and upsets some painters. And thus returns them, I hope, to experimental restlessness.
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mtv:

congrats 2 these 2 » 
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visualgraphc:

Thesis: Point of view through numbers - Ahran Kim
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discovr-beauty:

remash  la ruina habitada ~ oli jesus castillo
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andrewharlow:

Diana ArtusDouble Delusion, 2013
andrewharlow:

Diana ArtusDouble Delusion, 2013
andrewharlow:

Diana ArtusDouble Delusion, 2013
World Building: Creating a Religion
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blastedheath:

Girolamo De Stefani (Italian, 1909-1976), Paesaggio lagunare, 1970. Oil on canvas, 70 x 90 cm.
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catrinastewart:

The Jantar Mantar is a collection of astronomical instruments, built by king Sawai Jai Singh in Jaipur, India between 1727-1734.
 “The observatory consists of fourteen major geometric devices for measuring time, predicting eclipses, tracking stars’ location as the earth orbits around the sun, ascertaining the declinations of planets, and determining the celestial altitudes and related ephemerides. Each is a fixed and ‘focused’ tool. The Samrat Yantra, the largest instrument, is 90 feet (27 m) high, its shadow carefully plotted to tell the time of day. Its face is angled at 27 degrees, the latitude of Jaipur. The Hindu chhatri (small cupola) on top is used as a platform for announcing eclipses and the arrival of monsoons.” Wikipedia
catrinastewart:

The Jantar Mantar is a collection of astronomical instruments, built by king Sawai Jai Singh in Jaipur, India between 1727-1734.
 “The observatory consists of fourteen major geometric devices for measuring time, predicting eclipses, tracking stars’ location as the earth orbits around the sun, ascertaining the declinations of planets, and determining the celestial altitudes and related ephemerides. Each is a fixed and ‘focused’ tool. The Samrat Yantra, the largest instrument, is 90 feet (27 m) high, its shadow carefully plotted to tell the time of day. Its face is angled at 27 degrees, the latitude of Jaipur. The Hindu chhatri (small cupola) on top is used as a platform for announcing eclipses and the arrival of monsoons.” Wikipedia
catrinastewart:

The Jantar Mantar is a collection of astronomical instruments, built by king Sawai Jai Singh in Jaipur, India between 1727-1734.
 “The observatory consists of fourteen major geometric devices for measuring time, predicting eclipses, tracking stars’ location as the earth orbits around the sun, ascertaining the declinations of planets, and determining the celestial altitudes and related ephemerides. Each is a fixed and ‘focused’ tool. The Samrat Yantra, the largest instrument, is 90 feet (27 m) high, its shadow carefully plotted to tell the time of day. Its face is angled at 27 degrees, the latitude of Jaipur. The Hindu chhatri (small cupola) on top is used as a platform for announcing eclipses and the arrival of monsoons.” Wikipedia
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donotdestroy:

“The intense, and ultimately pointless detail of the list really appealed to me … it was good working with James Burton and the team at Warp to stretch out this mantra that tells the reader everything and nothing about the creation of what I hear was an intensely personal album in the making reduced to the numbers of an album in the marketplace,”—Ian Anderson/ The Designers Republic
donotdestroy:

“The intense, and ultimately pointless detail of the list really appealed to me … it was good working with James Burton and the team at Warp to stretch out this mantra that tells the reader everything and nothing about the creation of what I hear was an intensely personal album in the making reduced to the numbers of an album in the marketplace,”—Ian Anderson/ The Designers Republic
donotdestroy:

“The intense, and ultimately pointless detail of the list really appealed to me … it was good working with James Burton and the team at Warp to stretch out this mantra that tells the reader everything and nothing about the creation of what I hear was an intensely personal album in the making reduced to the numbers of an album in the marketplace,”—Ian Anderson/ The Designers Republic
donotdestroy:

“The intense, and ultimately pointless detail of the list really appealed to me … it was good working with James Burton and the team at Warp to stretch out this mantra that tells the reader everything and nothing about the creation of what I hear was an intensely personal album in the making reduced to the numbers of an album in the marketplace,”—Ian Anderson/ The Designers Republic
donotdestroy:

“The intense, and ultimately pointless detail of the list really appealed to me … it was good working with James Burton and the team at Warp to stretch out this mantra that tells the reader everything and nothing about the creation of what I hear was an intensely personal album in the making reduced to the numbers of an album in the marketplace,”—Ian Anderson/ The Designers Republic
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type-lover:

BadRoomStudio Recordsby Ricardo Leite
type-lover:

BadRoomStudio Recordsby Ricardo Leite
type-lover:

BadRoomStudio Recordsby Ricardo Leite
type-lover:

BadRoomStudio Recordsby Ricardo Leite