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Alec Soth  USA. Winona, Minnesota. 2002. Peter's houseboat. Sleeping by the Mississippi.

firsttimeuser: Peter’s Houseboat, Winona, Minnesota 2002 Sleeping by the Mississippi series © Alec Soth submitted by Gul-o-Khaar

Andreas Gursky  - In 2001, Tomkins described the experience of confronting one of Gursky’s large works: “The first time I saw photographs by Andreas Gursky…I had the disorienting sensation that something was happening—happening to me, I suppose, although it felt more generalized than that. Gursky’s huge, panoramic color prints—some of them up to six feet high by ten feet long—had the presence, the formal power, and in several cases the majestic aura of nineteenth-century landscape paintings,

Andreas Gursky is a German visual artist known for his enormous architecture and landscape color photographs, often employing a high point of view. What an amazing photograph.

Dark Silence In Suburbia

ARCHISCULPTURE 2016 Beomsik WON René Descartes viewed as beautiful the order and coherency of structures designed by a single architect; the purpose of the Archisculpture Photo Project, however, is…

"Metropolis" Fritz Lang best example of what I think the pats saw the future as is this movie which in some cases I be leave is a acuray discription

Films & Architecture: "Metropolis"

CIVIC ARCHITECTURE - hive mentality "Metropolis" Fritz Lang best example of what I think the pats saw the future as is this movie which in some cases I be leave is a acuray discription

Dieter Appelt, Der Augenturm (1977) | Platforms in the Streets

Dieter Appelt, Der Augenturm (1977)

I saw this work today by Dieter Appelt at the Berlinische Galerie in Berlin. Der Augenturm is translated as The Eye Tower. Appelt built the structure using tree branches that were the length of his body.

Serge Mendzhiyskogo Urban Collages | Photography | Design & Lifestyle Blog

Serge Mendzhiyskogo Urban Collages | Photography | Design & Lifestyle Blog

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