evocativesynthesis:

Tama Art University Library in Tokyo by Toyo Ito :: Iwan Baan Photography

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archatlas:

Vertical Landscape Ryo Yamada

depressednmoderatelywelldressed:

sealfie:

myheadisloud:

c-ornsilk:

Women boxing on a roof, circa 1930s

THIS IS LITERALLY THE RADDEST PHOTO I’VE EVER SEEN

LIKE SHIT

ARE YOU KIDDING

can we talk about those cute as heck outfits though

They LOOK SO CLASSY AND AMAZING

i love how the other girls are chillin and gigglin as betty sue beats the shit out or gertrude 

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depressednmoderatelywelldressed:

sealfie:

myheadisloud:

c-ornsilk:


Women boxing on a roof, circa 1930s

THIS IS LITERALLY THE RADDEST PHOTO I’VE EVER SEEN
LIKE SHIT
ARE YOU KIDDING

can we talk about those cute as heck outfits though

They LOOK SO CLASSY AND AMAZING

i love how the other girls are chillin and gigglin as betty sue beats the shit out or gertrude 

life1nmotion:

Craig Steely Architecture | Peters House

life1nmotion:

Craig Steely Architecture | Peters House

septagonstudios:

Oleg Gert

septagonstudios:

Oleg Gert

codecartooning:

BLUE BRICK TOWN, from LOOP 29, one of my randomly generated code art sketchbooks. Drawn purely by writing code.

codecartooning:

BLUE BRICK TOWN, from LOOP 29, one of my randomly generated code art sketchbooks. Drawn purely by writing code.

codecartooning:

PIECES OF OLD TECHNOLOGY, from LOOP 19, one of my randomly generated code art sketchbooks. Drawn purely by writing code.

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codecartooning:

PIECES OF OLD TECHNOLOGY, from LOOP 19, one of my randomly generated code art sketchbooks. Drawn purely by writing code.
larrycarlson:

LARRY CARLSON, Underworld Under the Boardwalk (Seaside Heights, N.J.), c-print, 66 x 55in., 2012. on Flickr.

workman:

kafkasapartment:

 Emperor Moth, 1889. Vincent van Gogh. Oil on canvas

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workman:

kafkasapartment:
 Emperor Moth, 1889. Vincent van Gogh. Oil on canvas

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