No matter where you go, you tumble.

collegehumor:

Oh Hell N(e)o.
Oh My, Looks Like There’s Been a Glitch in the Matrix: People That Are Copies of Each Other [Click to view full gallery]
Love this! About time…
retrogasm:

Sweet

Love this! About time…

retrogasm:

Sweet

beautyandterrordance:

The Addams Family, via vintagegal.

beautyandterrordance:

The Addams Family, via vintagegal.

sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:
name-Gun Roze
title-Union St. Brooklyn
date-July 2013

sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:

name-Gun Roze

title-Union St. Brooklyn

date-July 2013

urhajos:

Victor Vercesi
flavorpill:

Here’s What ‘Kill Bill’ Looks Like in Chronological Order
thetaoofdana:

The things I’m apt to forget :) #happyfriday #fengshui

thetaoofdana:

The things I’m apt to forget :) #happyfriday #fengshui

bobbycaputo:

New York, City of Imagination

Even in the ever-changing city of New York, it’s possible to capture glimpses of the past: seeing the cornice on a Beaux-Arts building or noticing an eighteenth century doorway reminds us of the layers of history that make up the modern urban landscape. In his new body of work, Marc Yankus distills these layers and invites us to study them closely. His technique presents New York City buildings in subtle colors and such fine detail that his images could be mistaken for precise architectural renderings shaded in colored pencil. But the exactitude with which he presents bricks and mortar is misleading. He has recreated parts of structures that no longer exist, and isolated monumental skyscrapers from their surroundings. Yankus said in his artist’s statement, “I have attempted to ‘rebuild New York’ through my own, imagined vision, in which the city’s historical buildings, so often taken for granted, exist as living presences.” A visitor leaving his exhibition at ClampArt, in the Chelsea area of New York City, may look at the neighborhood’s former factory buildings with new eyes. “Marc Yankus: The Space Between” opens April 3 and runs through May 17, 2014. 

mobylosangelesarchitecture:

ok, super simple: a nice and random bauhaus inspired (or, possibly, designed) house from the 30’s. nice lines and perfect little rectilinear proportions. and you can malign l.a with it’s sea of beige, but there are also so many early and mid century houses in l.a that you couldn’t even begin to possibly count them (or stand on the street and take pictures of them).

in most cities a house like this would be remarkable, a rare example of good early-mid century architecture. in l.a it’s a nice modern house among tens of thousands of nice modern houses. l.a has all of these amazing houses and buildings and parks and streets and random weirdnesses, but they’re almost all kind of hidden. not hidden in an obnoxious cool way, just hidden due to the fact that l.a is huge and filled with tiny little oddball streets.

in most cities the beauty conceals the ugliness. here the ugliness conceals the beauty. well, oftentimes.

oh, i also took a few steps from this house and took a picture of hollywood as it might have looked in, say 1965. or so. 1965 was a good year. but i’m biased.

-moby

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Moonrise after eclipse

Moonrise after eclipse