1. airyairyquitecontrary:

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    likeafieldmouse:

    Patrick Jacobs

    “Jacobs’s dioramas provide peeks into a world in which reality is presented in such exquisite detail it begins to look surreal.

    The artist draws from art history and garden pest control brochures alike to create miniature 3D works of art, viewed through a circular glass lens. Viewers get the impression that they are looking into another realm, simultaneously natural and constructed, familiar and unknown. In a way, we get a taste for a fish’s life from inside the bowl.”

    (Source: likeafieldmouse, via nekrolady)

     

  2. Japanese Game Parks

    communedesign:

    This series of images was brought to us through our friend & collaborator, Harsh Patel, who said he was gifted these scans from Bay-Area artist Michael Guidetti. With names like Daytona Park, Namco Wonder Egg, and Time Travel House, we can only image the what the experience of stepping foot into one of these obscure arcades would be like. Please enjoy Japanese Game Parks.

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    (via microwave-dinner)

     
  3. (Source: narkotikstuff, via comas)

     
  4. subtilitas:

    Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei - Hospital on the grounds of a former cathedral, Stuttgart 2014Via, photos (C) Roland Halbe.

     
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  7. vuls:

    Hans Hollein

    LEITBILD EXPO ‘95

    Donaucity | Vienna | Austria

    (via punirs)

     
  8. likeafieldmouse:

    Jacob van Loon - Collider / Stations (2013-14) - Graphite, watercolor and acrylic on paper 

     
  9. suicideblonde:

    Lea Seydoux

    (Source: wifegoals, via beforeyouopenupyoureyes)

     
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  11. excdus:

    Occupied

    Mark Whalen

    (via iridhe)

     
  12. Sylvia Ballhause.

    Cinemas.

    (Source: evolutionists, via punirs)

     
  13. Grease (1978)

    (Source: vintagegal, via cronopio)

     
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