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artmonia:

Roberto Ferri – artist from Taranto, Italy.


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artmonia:

Victor Habchy – photographer from Paris, France.


actegratuit:

Masao Kinoshita


xombiedirge:

Lego Ghost in the Shell 2 - The Doll by The Arvo Brothers / Flickr


artmonia:

Photography by Julien Coquentin


artmonia:

Fernan Federici – postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge working in the area of Synthetic Biology.


artmonia:

Strange Rain by French Photographer Julien Coquentin


artmonia:

Shannon Peck – photographer from Norwich, England.


actegratuit:

Cody William Smith


archatlas:

Teatro Degli Arcimboldi Diogo Andrade


elisebrown:

Anne Puhlmann

elisebrown:

Anne Puhlmann


5582db:

Denis Forkas Kostromitin


actegratuit:

Gaudi Architecture by photographer Clement Celma


archatlas:

Brutal is Beautiful: Saving the Twentieth Century (Selected images from exhibition) English Heritage

"In recent years, the bad memories of under-served Brutalist community structures have led to their demolition in communities eager to make way for newer, more traditionally-oriented community structures. Theodore Dalrymple, a British author, physican, and political commentator, has written for City Journal that Brutalist structures represent an artefact of European philosophical totalitarianism, a “spiritual, intellectual, and moral deformity.” He called the buildings “cold-hearted”, “inhuman”, “hideous”, and “monstrous”. He stated that the reinforced concrete “does not age gracefully but instead crumbles, stains, and decays”, which makes alternative building styles superior.”

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