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Oct

staceythinx:

Some of the Surreal Landscapes Around the World collected by The Telegraph for a fascinating gallery. Click on the images for locations and check out the original gallery for more information and many more bizarre places.

fotojournalismus:

Pakistani boys, who were displaced with their families from Pakistan’s tribal areas due to fighting, pose for a photograph, on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan on Oct. 23, 2013.
[Credit : Anjum Naveed/AP]

fotojournalismus:

Pakistani boys, who were displaced with their families from Pakistan’s tribal areas due to fighting, pose for a photograph, on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan on Oct. 23, 2013.

[Credit : Anjum Naveed/AP]

artruby:

Robin Rhode, Wheel of Steel (2006).

03

Apr

artruby:

Christo, Big Air Package, (2013).

Whaaaat?!

artruby:

Christo, Big Air Package, (2013).

Whaaaat?!

lensblr-network:

“O human race, born to fly upward, wherefore at a little wind dost thou so fall?”-DanteAlas, Babylon.
by The Photographic Wanderer  (photographicwanderer.tumblr.com)

lensblr-network:

“O human race, born to fly upward, wherefore at a little wind dost thou so fall?”-Dante

Alas, Babylon.

h2origins:

“Floating Flower” by Chris Campbell

h2origins:

“Floating Flower” by Chris Campbell

kenyatta:

thedailywhat:

Street Art of the Day: Rap Quotes
New York City artist Jay Shells is no stranger to street art. In 2010, he launched the Subway Etiquette project to inform commuters about noise pollution and stairway conduct through parody subway signs, followed by the Metropolitan Etiquette project in 2011. This week, Shells unveiled his latest street sign parody project Rap Quotes, which consists of 30 red signs featuring notable rap lyrics about New York City placed in their corresponding locations. Curious how he made them? Head over to Animal NY.

After seeing Walt Whitman quotes bronzed in parks in Brooklyn, I’d been waiting for somebody to do something like this. Kudos.

kenyatta:

thedailywhat:

Street Art of the Day: Rap Quotes

New York City artist Jay Shells is no stranger to street art. In 2010, he launched the Subway Etiquette project to inform commuters about noise pollution and stairway conduct through parody subway signs, followed by the Metropolitan Etiquette project in 2011. This week, Shells unveiled his latest street sign parody project Rap Quotes, which consists of 30 red signs featuring notable rap lyrics about New York City placed in their corresponding locations. Curious how he made them? Head over to Animal NY.

After seeing Walt Whitman quotes bronzed in parks in Brooklyn, I’d been waiting for somebody to do something like this. Kudos.

iuris:

Seattle Love, March 2013

Dreamy

sugarmeows:

Every Building on The Sunset Strip – Ed Ruscha

sugarmeows:

Every Building on The Sunset Strip – Ed Ruscha

(Source: dtctb)