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Things come apart by Todd McLellaneveryday and ordinary objects are broken down into their smallest components

Things come apart by Todd McLellan
everyday and ordinary objects are broken down into their smallest components

badtextures: is “looking for texture, in all the wrong places.”

focaccia…

Less than 100 square meters “started as a university project after a research on the most interesting small architectural spaces”.
Above: house in Horinouchi by Kota Mizuishi
Noteworthy too: Pet Architecture Guide Book by Tokyo Institute of Technology Tsukamoto Architectural Laboratory & Atelier Bow-wow

Less than 100 square meters “started as a university project after a research on the most interesting small architectural spaces”.

Above: house in Horinouchi by Kota Mizuishi

Noteworthy too: Pet Architecture Guide Book by Tokyo Institute of Technology Tsukamoto Architectural Laboratory & Atelier Bow-wow

Hong Kong’s increasingly dense dwelling situation: Le Monde and Hong Wrong. Photography by Benny Lam for the Society for Community Organization.

Hong Kong’s increasingly dense dwelling situation: Le Monde and Hong Wrong. Photography by Benny Lam for the Society for Community Organization.

B.I.B. (Black is Beautiful) by Allister Leethe largest collection of black markers (interview at Design Milk)

B.I.B. (Black is Beautiful) by Allister Lee
the largest collection of black markers (interview at Design Milk)

Calm the Ham:Batman: An Illustrated Evolution

Calm the Ham:
Batman: An Illustrated Evolution

Salt n’ Pepasalt and pepper shaker collection

Salt n’ Pepa
salt and pepper shaker collection

Clothes on Filmexamines “costume and identity in movies, featuring detailed articles on outfits”

Clothes on Film
examines “costume and identity in movies, featuring detailed articles on outfits”

10/09/12
(via chromeography)
graphics. cars.
107 notes

chromeography:

Triumph TR4A (by Jonathan Clayton)

NY Times: patches of secret military units

NY Times: patches of secret military units






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