officefordesignoperations:

Alex MacLean documents the global and local impacts of tar sands development from above. Here, a skimming tailing pond at the Suncor Mining Site in Alberta, Canada.

officefordesignoperations:

Alex MacLean documents the global and local impacts of tar sands development from above. Here, a skimming tailing pond at the Suncor Mining Site in Alberta, Canada.

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goddessg:

My favorites

goddessg:

My favorites

(Source: hometownsarehell, via oldfilmsflicker)

rosswolfe:

The Lenin workers’ club inside the Soviet pavilion at the 1925 Paris Expo, designed by constructivist Aleksandr Rodchenko. via Aleksandr Rodchenko

rosswolfe:

The Lenin workers’ club inside the Soviet pavilion at the 1925 Paris Expo, designed by constructivist Aleksandr Rodchenko.
via Aleksandr Rodchenko

guardian:

We Are the Best!, a warm, exuberant movie sees director Lukas Moodysson leaving his recent dark streak behind in favour of a joyful tale of 80s punk rock in the suburbs of Stockholm. Read the review
Photograph: Per-Anders Jorgensen

guardian:

We Are the Best!, a warm, exuberant movie sees director Lukas Moodysson leaving his recent dark streak behind in favour of a joyful tale of 80s punk rock in the suburbs of Stockholm. Read the review

Photograph: Per-Anders Jorgensen

(Source: theguardian.com)

greatartinuglyrooms:

Alika Herreshoff

greatartinuglyrooms:

Alika Herreshoff

enochliew:

Star Axis by Charles Ross

A solar pyramid and star tunnel precisely parallel to the Earth’s axis, allowing the top long exposure photograph to be taken.

(Source: bloomberg.com, via daily-space)

wapiti3:

The craspedoten medusae of the Siboga Expedition, by Dr. Otto Maas on Flickr.

Publication info Leiden, bookstore and print shop formerly EJ Brill, 1905.
BHL Collections:
Smithsonian Libraries

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b22-design:

Theo van Doesburg - Composition XXII

b22-design:

Theo van Doesburg - Composition XXII

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absurdonio:

Dragon’s teeth from the Alpine Wall. Pian dei Morti, Alto Adige.

Wikipedia & Roberto Ferrari: 1, 2

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