ChaoticBliss
Smiles.and Little things that matter.
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archatlas:

Architectural Absurdity Tom Ngo
“Absurdity is a rhetorical device aimed at questioning (architectural) conventions. Architectural absurdity playfully transgresses within the rules of building formation to create valid alternative assemblages while scrutinizing regulation. The resultant architecture redefines the rituals of program and questions the notion of typology. Unbound by strict conformity to logic, the liberated architect breathes new life into architecture.”
archatlas:

Architectural Absurdity Tom Ngo
“Absurdity is a rhetorical device aimed at questioning (architectural) conventions. Architectural absurdity playfully transgresses within the rules of building formation to create valid alternative assemblages while scrutinizing regulation. The resultant architecture redefines the rituals of program and questions the notion of typology. Unbound by strict conformity to logic, the liberated architect breathes new life into architecture.”
archatlas:

Architectural Absurdity Tom Ngo
“Absurdity is a rhetorical device aimed at questioning (architectural) conventions. Architectural absurdity playfully transgresses within the rules of building formation to create valid alternative assemblages while scrutinizing regulation. The resultant architecture redefines the rituals of program and questions the notion of typology. Unbound by strict conformity to logic, the liberated architect breathes new life into architecture.”
archatlas:

Architectural Absurdity Tom Ngo
“Absurdity is a rhetorical device aimed at questioning (architectural) conventions. Architectural absurdity playfully transgresses within the rules of building formation to create valid alternative assemblages while scrutinizing regulation. The resultant architecture redefines the rituals of program and questions the notion of typology. Unbound by strict conformity to logic, the liberated architect breathes new life into architecture.”
archatlas:

Architectural Absurdity Tom Ngo
“Absurdity is a rhetorical device aimed at questioning (architectural) conventions. Architectural absurdity playfully transgresses within the rules of building formation to create valid alternative assemblages while scrutinizing regulation. The resultant architecture redefines the rituals of program and questions the notion of typology. Unbound by strict conformity to logic, the liberated architect breathes new life into architecture.”
archatlas:

Architectural Absurdity Tom Ngo
“Absurdity is a rhetorical device aimed at questioning (architectural) conventions. Architectural absurdity playfully transgresses within the rules of building formation to create valid alternative assemblages while scrutinizing regulation. The resultant architecture redefines the rituals of program and questions the notion of typology. Unbound by strict conformity to logic, the liberated architect breathes new life into architecture.”
archatlas:

Architectural Absurdity Tom Ngo
“Absurdity is a rhetorical device aimed at questioning (architectural) conventions. Architectural absurdity playfully transgresses within the rules of building formation to create valid alternative assemblages while scrutinizing regulation. The resultant architecture redefines the rituals of program and questions the notion of typology. Unbound by strict conformity to logic, the liberated architect breathes new life into architecture.”
archatlas:

Architectural Absurdity Tom Ngo
“Absurdity is a rhetorical device aimed at questioning (architectural) conventions. Architectural absurdity playfully transgresses within the rules of building formation to create valid alternative assemblages while scrutinizing regulation. The resultant architecture redefines the rituals of program and questions the notion of typology. Unbound by strict conformity to logic, the liberated architect breathes new life into architecture.”
archatlas:

Architectural Absurdity Tom Ngo
“Absurdity is a rhetorical device aimed at questioning (architectural) conventions. Architectural absurdity playfully transgresses within the rules of building formation to create valid alternative assemblages while scrutinizing regulation. The resultant architecture redefines the rituals of program and questions the notion of typology. Unbound by strict conformity to logic, the liberated architect breathes new life into architecture.”
archatlas:

Architectural Absurdity Tom Ngo
“Absurdity is a rhetorical device aimed at questioning (architectural) conventions. Architectural absurdity playfully transgresses within the rules of building formation to create valid alternative assemblages while scrutinizing regulation. The resultant architecture redefines the rituals of program and questions the notion of typology. Unbound by strict conformity to logic, the liberated architect breathes new life into architecture.”
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3a6l:

"I’m an Arabic poem being recited to a non-Arab"
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type-lover:

Courtesy Scriptby Ale Paul
type-lover:

Courtesy Scriptby Ale Paul
type-lover:

Courtesy Scriptby Ale Paul
type-lover:

Courtesy Scriptby Ale Paul
type-lover:

Courtesy Scriptby Ale Paul
type-lover:

Courtesy Scriptby Ale Paul
type-lover:

Courtesy Scriptby Ale Paul
type-lover:

Courtesy Scriptby Ale Paul
type-lover:

Courtesy Scriptby Ale Paul
type-lover:

Courtesy Scriptby Ale Paul
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fuckyeahexistentialism:

Some poems from “B Is for Bad Poetry” by Pamela August Russell
fuckyeahexistentialism:

Some poems from “B Is for Bad Poetry” by Pamela August Russell
fuckyeahexistentialism:

Some poems from “B Is for Bad Poetry” by Pamela August Russell
fuckyeahexistentialism:

Some poems from “B Is for Bad Poetry” by Pamela August Russell
fuckyeahexistentialism:

Some poems from “B Is for Bad Poetry” by Pamela August Russell
fuckyeahexistentialism:

Some poems from “B Is for Bad Poetry” by Pamela August Russell
fuckyeahexistentialism:

Some poems from “B Is for Bad Poetry” by Pamela August Russell
fuckyeahexistentialism:

Some poems from “B Is for Bad Poetry” by Pamela August Russell
fuckyeahexistentialism:

Some poems from “B Is for Bad Poetry” by Pamela August Russell
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martinekenblog:

The work of Dillon Boy (né James Dillon Wright) emerged from a street art and graffiti background, combining pop culture, branding, advertising, and perhaps most importantly, the ability to take these sources further than they were intended.
More on Beautiful/Decay Magazine
martinekenblog:

The work of Dillon Boy (né James Dillon Wright) emerged from a street art and graffiti background, combining pop culture, branding, advertising, and perhaps most importantly, the ability to take these sources further than they were intended.
More on Beautiful/Decay Magazine
martinekenblog:

The work of Dillon Boy (né James Dillon Wright) emerged from a street art and graffiti background, combining pop culture, branding, advertising, and perhaps most importantly, the ability to take these sources further than they were intended.
More on Beautiful/Decay Magazine
martinekenblog:

The work of Dillon Boy (né James Dillon Wright) emerged from a street art and graffiti background, combining pop culture, branding, advertising, and perhaps most importantly, the ability to take these sources further than they were intended.
More on Beautiful/Decay Magazine
martinekenblog:

The work of Dillon Boy (né James Dillon Wright) emerged from a street art and graffiti background, combining pop culture, branding, advertising, and perhaps most importantly, the ability to take these sources further than they were intended.
More on Beautiful/Decay Magazine
martinekenblog:

The work of Dillon Boy (né James Dillon Wright) emerged from a street art and graffiti background, combining pop culture, branding, advertising, and perhaps most importantly, the ability to take these sources further than they were intended.
More on Beautiful/Decay Magazine
martinekenblog:

The work of Dillon Boy (né James Dillon Wright) emerged from a street art and graffiti background, combining pop culture, branding, advertising, and perhaps most importantly, the ability to take these sources further than they were intended.
More on Beautiful/Decay Magazine
martinekenblog:

The work of Dillon Boy (né James Dillon Wright) emerged from a street art and graffiti background, combining pop culture, branding, advertising, and perhaps most importantly, the ability to take these sources further than they were intended.
More on Beautiful/Decay Magazine
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subtilitas:

Werner Tscholl - Sigmundskron castle renovation, Bolzano 2003. Photos (C) Alexa Rainer.
subtilitas:

Werner Tscholl - Sigmundskron castle renovation, Bolzano 2003. Photos (C) Alexa Rainer.
subtilitas:

Werner Tscholl - Sigmundskron castle renovation, Bolzano 2003. Photos (C) Alexa Rainer.
subtilitas:

Werner Tscholl - Sigmundskron castle renovation, Bolzano 2003. Photos (C) Alexa Rainer.
subtilitas:

Werner Tscholl - Sigmundskron castle renovation, Bolzano 2003. Photos (C) Alexa Rainer.
subtilitas:

Werner Tscholl - Sigmundskron castle renovation, Bolzano 2003. Photos (C) Alexa Rainer.
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archatlas:

Braveheart’s Legacy Kilian Schönberger
"Being on to William Wallace in the Scottish Highlands. The landscape retains especially under rainy conditions the ancient spirit of the lifetime of ths Scottish national hero William Wallace aka Braveheart."
archatlas:

Braveheart’s Legacy Kilian Schönberger
"Being on to William Wallace in the Scottish Highlands. The landscape retains especially under rainy conditions the ancient spirit of the lifetime of ths Scottish national hero William Wallace aka Braveheart."
archatlas:

Braveheart’s Legacy Kilian Schönberger
"Being on to William Wallace in the Scottish Highlands. The landscape retains especially under rainy conditions the ancient spirit of the lifetime of ths Scottish national hero William Wallace aka Braveheart."
archatlas:

Braveheart’s Legacy Kilian Schönberger
"Being on to William Wallace in the Scottish Highlands. The landscape retains especially under rainy conditions the ancient spirit of the lifetime of ths Scottish national hero William Wallace aka Braveheart."
archatlas:

Braveheart’s Legacy Kilian Schönberger
"Being on to William Wallace in the Scottish Highlands. The landscape retains especially under rainy conditions the ancient spirit of the lifetime of ths Scottish national hero William Wallace aka Braveheart."
archatlas:

Braveheart’s Legacy Kilian Schönberger
"Being on to William Wallace in the Scottish Highlands. The landscape retains especially under rainy conditions the ancient spirit of the lifetime of ths Scottish national hero William Wallace aka Braveheart."
archatlas:

Braveheart’s Legacy Kilian Schönberger
"Being on to William Wallace in the Scottish Highlands. The landscape retains especially under rainy conditions the ancient spirit of the lifetime of ths Scottish national hero William Wallace aka Braveheart."
archatlas:

Braveheart’s Legacy Kilian Schönberger
"Being on to William Wallace in the Scottish Highlands. The landscape retains especially under rainy conditions the ancient spirit of the lifetime of ths Scottish national hero William Wallace aka Braveheart."
archatlas:

Braveheart’s Legacy Kilian Schönberger
"Being on to William Wallace in the Scottish Highlands. The landscape retains especially under rainy conditions the ancient spirit of the lifetime of ths Scottish national hero William Wallace aka Braveheart."
archatlas:

Braveheart’s Legacy Kilian Schönberger
"Being on to William Wallace in the Scottish Highlands. The landscape retains especially under rainy conditions the ancient spirit of the lifetime of ths Scottish national hero William Wallace aka Braveheart."
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music-explainsitall:

call-me-little-a:

sacraments:

Then and Now Photos of Abandoned Detroit School

this is eerie.

Whoa
music-explainsitall:

call-me-little-a:

sacraments:

Then and Now Photos of Abandoned Detroit School

this is eerie.

Whoa
music-explainsitall:

call-me-little-a:

sacraments:

Then and Now Photos of Abandoned Detroit School

this is eerie.

Whoa
music-explainsitall:

call-me-little-a:

sacraments:

Then and Now Photos of Abandoned Detroit School

this is eerie.

Whoa
music-explainsitall:

call-me-little-a:

sacraments:

Then and Now Photos of Abandoned Detroit School

this is eerie.

Whoa