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Guests.


nannasofie:

robbiewhitehead, Dinner for 50 at Nathalie Du Pasquier’s studio in Milan

Guests.

nannasofie:

robbiewhitehead, Dinner for 50 at Nathalie Du Pasquier’s studio in Milan

(via nannasofie-deactivated20131003)

A space contained by wood and ice.

A space contained by wood and ice.

mauricesmall:

how i end the growing season and begin the growing season in north east ohio.  sb

What could I be?

What could I be?

Morocco & Spain from Mike Matas on Vimeo.

this is amazing. watch it in fullscreen.

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pictoryblog:

The Krishnapuram Colony, in Madurai, Tamilnadu, India, was established in the 1950s as a Gandhian living and working center for hand weavers. Though the neighborhood has lost much of this original character, many houses do remain occupied by weavers. This family, consisting of two generations of weavers, makes fine silk saris.
— By Richard Rapfogel (from “Handmade”)
View large & read the whole story

pictoryblog:

The Krishnapuram Colony, in Madurai, Tamilnadu, India, was established in the 1950s as a Gandhian living and working center for hand weavers. Though the neighborhood has lost much of this original character, many houses do remain occupied by weavers. This family, consisting of two generations of weavers, makes fine silk saris.

— By Richard Rapfogel (from “Handmade”)

View large & read the whole story
thegreenurbanist:

fastcompany:

The sad  slow death of America’s passenger trains. No one takes the train anymore, so why pour more money into it, right? But perhaps no one takes the train because there are no trains to take. If rail travel was cheap, and convenient and fast, there is no telling what the market might be.

And this is what happens when America’s transportation policy is written by the automobile corporations.

thegreenurbanist:

fastcompany:

The sad slow death of America’s passenger trains. No one takes the train anymore, so why pour more money into it, right? But perhaps no one takes the train because there are no trains to take. If rail travel was cheap, and convenient and fast, there is no telling what the market might be.

And this is what happens when America’s transportation policy is written by the automobile corporations.

(via joinakibbutz)

nannasofie:

football stadium made of fruitboxes by Helmut Smits

nannasofie:

football stadium made of fruitboxes by Helmut Smits

(via nannasofie-deactivated20131003)

Levi's Sculpture by Ian McChesney

projectspreadthelove:

Remember us posting about the Water<Less jeans by Levi’s? Well here’s the awesome installation by Ian McChesney!

“British architect Ian McChesney designed the sculpture for Levi’s as part of the Regent Street Windows Project in London.

Coinciding with the launch of the

What do you do when you receive an envelope in the mail?  Give it a glance, open it up, read its contents, and put it away?  Well if you receive one of these Dutch stamps on a letter, hold it in front of your computer’s web cam before you file it away or recycle it.   When you do this you will find not just a stamp but also a virtual model of an unbuilt Dutch architectural project in your hand.

What do you do when you receive an envelope in the mail?  Give it a glance, open it up, read its contents, and put it away?  Well if you receive one of these Dutch stamps on a letter, hold it in front of your computer’s web cam before you file it away or recycle it.   When you do this you will find not just a stamp but also a virtual model of an unbuilt Dutch architectural project in your hand.

If you haven’t yet seen it.  

If you haven’t yet seen Sony’s Colour Like No Other bouncy ball commercial from a few years ago—watch it now.  

In a period of two days, Sony and Fallon released and recaptured somewhere around 200,000 bouncy balls on the streets of San Francisco.  This was purely for their ad campaign, Colour Like No Other, and was not a public interactive work (except for the camera men and parked cars).  Regardless, the resulting film of tumbling, bouncing balls against the concrete, nearly human-less, sunny San Francisco streetscape make both a hectic place and a typically hectic object seem quite perfect.  

Simple, beautiful, and then gone.

Guests.


nannasofie:

robbiewhitehead, Dinner for 50 at Nathalie Du Pasquier’s studio in Milan

Guests.

nannasofie:

robbiewhitehead, Dinner for 50 at Nathalie Du Pasquier’s studio in Milan

(via nannasofie-deactivated20131003)

Legs.

Legs.

A space contained by wood and ice.

A space contained by wood and ice.

mauricesmall:

how i end the growing season and begin the growing season in north east ohio.  sb

What could I be?

What could I be?

Morocco & Spain from Mike Matas on Vimeo.

this is amazing. watch it in fullscreen.

displayed on archiphile | facebook | twitter

(Source: divisionxvi, via nannasofie-deactivated20131003)

pictoryblog:

The Krishnapuram Colony, in Madurai, Tamilnadu, India, was established in the 1950s as a Gandhian living and working center for hand weavers. Though the neighborhood has lost much of this original character, many houses do remain occupied by weavers. This family, consisting of two generations of weavers, makes fine silk saris.
— By Richard Rapfogel (from “Handmade”)
View large &amp; read the whole story

pictoryblog:

The Krishnapuram Colony, in Madurai, Tamilnadu, India, was established in the 1950s as a Gandhian living and working center for hand weavers. Though the neighborhood has lost much of this original character, many houses do remain occupied by weavers. This family, consisting of two generations of weavers, makes fine silk saris.

— By Richard Rapfogel (from “Handmade”)

View large & read the whole story
thegreenurbanist:

fastcompany:

The sad  slow death of America’s passenger trains. No one takes the train anymore, so why pour more money into it, right? But perhaps no one takes the train because there are no trains to take. If rail travel was cheap, and convenient and fast, there is no telling what the market might be.

And this is what happens when America’s transportation policy is written by the automobile corporations.

thegreenurbanist:

fastcompany:

The sad slow death of America’s passenger trains. No one takes the train anymore, so why pour more money into it, right? But perhaps no one takes the train because there are no trains to take. If rail travel was cheap, and convenient and fast, there is no telling what the market might be.

And this is what happens when America’s transportation policy is written by the automobile corporations.

(via joinakibbutz)

nannasofie:

football stadium made of fruitboxes by Helmut Smits

nannasofie:

football stadium made of fruitboxes by Helmut Smits

(via nannasofie-deactivated20131003)

Levi's Sculpture by Ian McChesney

projectspreadthelove:

Remember us posting about the Water<Less jeans by Levi’s? Well here’s the awesome installation by Ian McChesney!

“British architect Ian McChesney designed the sculpture for Levi’s as part of the Regent Street Windows Project in London.

Coinciding with the launch of the

What do you do when you receive an envelope in the mail?  Give it a glance, open it up, read its contents, and put it away?  Well if you receive one of these Dutch stamps on a letter, hold it in front of your computer’s web cam before you file it away or recycle it.   When you do this you will find not just a stamp but also a virtual model of an unbuilt Dutch architectural project in your hand.

What do you do when you receive an envelope in the mail?  Give it a glance, open it up, read its contents, and put it away?  Well if you receive one of these Dutch stamps on a letter, hold it in front of your computer’s web cam before you file it away or recycle it.   When you do this you will find not just a stamp but also a virtual model of an unbuilt Dutch architectural project in your hand.

If you haven’t yet seen it.  

If you haven’t yet seen Sony’s Colour Like No Other bouncy ball commercial from a few years ago—watch it now.  

In a period of two days, Sony and Fallon released and recaptured somewhere around 200,000 bouncy balls on the streets of San Francisco.  This was purely for their ad campaign, Colour Like No Other, and was not a public interactive work (except for the camera men and parked cars).  Regardless, the resulting film of tumbling, bouncing balls against the concrete, nearly human-less, sunny San Francisco streetscape make both a hectic place and a typically hectic object seem quite perfect.  

Simple, beautiful, and then gone.

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