super71
music, art, technology, and fashion
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lightprocesses:

Oscillation gate
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frauplauscher:

❤️ #streetart #art #kunst #münchen #liebe #love
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manifest05:

The Ex-Majlis Building in Tehran by Heydar Gholi Khan Ghiaï-Chamlou in 1955. The project depends heavily on principles of Islamic geometry and combines them with varied textures, materials, and dimensions. Long, exaggerated lines are used on the exterior façades, echoing the Futurist Manifesto. The brise-soleil recalls traditional Middle Eastern screens that filter light and delineate ornate patterns cast in shadows upon three dimensional surfaces. The dome of the building was inspired by the architect’s family crest. It was one of the first major modernist projects in Tehran and was considered the greatest advance in Iranian architecture at the time. Rather than borrowing from the west, it evolved the traditional forms already found in the vernacular architectural vocabulary of the region.  
manifest05:

The Ex-Majlis Building in Tehran by Heydar Gholi Khan Ghiaï-Chamlou in 1955. The project depends heavily on principles of Islamic geometry and combines them with varied textures, materials, and dimensions. Long, exaggerated lines are used on the exterior façades, echoing the Futurist Manifesto. The brise-soleil recalls traditional Middle Eastern screens that filter light and delineate ornate patterns cast in shadows upon three dimensional surfaces. The dome of the building was inspired by the architect’s family crest. It was one of the first major modernist projects in Tehran and was considered the greatest advance in Iranian architecture at the time. Rather than borrowing from the west, it evolved the traditional forms already found in the vernacular architectural vocabulary of the region.  
manifest05:

The Ex-Majlis Building in Tehran by Heydar Gholi Khan Ghiaï-Chamlou in 1955. The project depends heavily on principles of Islamic geometry and combines them with varied textures, materials, and dimensions. Long, exaggerated lines are used on the exterior façades, echoing the Futurist Manifesto. The brise-soleil recalls traditional Middle Eastern screens that filter light and delineate ornate patterns cast in shadows upon three dimensional surfaces. The dome of the building was inspired by the architect’s family crest. It was one of the first major modernist projects in Tehran and was considered the greatest advance in Iranian architecture at the time. Rather than borrowing from the west, it evolved the traditional forms already found in the vernacular architectural vocabulary of the region.  
manifest05:

The Ex-Majlis Building in Tehran by Heydar Gholi Khan Ghiaï-Chamlou in 1955. The project depends heavily on principles of Islamic geometry and combines them with varied textures, materials, and dimensions. Long, exaggerated lines are used on the exterior façades, echoing the Futurist Manifesto. The brise-soleil recalls traditional Middle Eastern screens that filter light and delineate ornate patterns cast in shadows upon three dimensional surfaces. The dome of the building was inspired by the architect’s family crest. It was one of the first major modernist projects in Tehran and was considered the greatest advance in Iranian architecture at the time. Rather than borrowing from the west, it evolved the traditional forms already found in the vernacular architectural vocabulary of the region.  
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likeafieldmouse:

Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster
1. Repulse Bay (1999)
2. Et la Chambre Orange (1992)
likeafieldmouse:

Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster
1. Repulse Bay (1999)
2. Et la Chambre Orange (1992)
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robinbarrow:

La ruche active - Pr http://ift.tt/1tQK7g2
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the-boywho:

Alexander Beck X Ugolino and His Sons By Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux / Anthropométrie sans titre (ANT 130), 1960 By Yves Klein
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classykittenn:

by Ellen von Unwerth
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c-headsmag:

Juana Carolina Martinez by Felipe Cuartas for C-HeadsMakeup: Lina Munera Styling: Laura Salazar 
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Rose McGowan phtographed by Kate Garner, 1998

Rose McGowan phtographed by Kate Garner, 1998

Rose McGowan phtographed by Kate Garner, 1998