Order and disorder

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The streets of a ruined London after The Blitz, 1940.

#history on Tumblr

See a recent post on Tumblr from @thecinamonroe about history. Discover more posts about art, fashion, archaeology, science, politics, music, and history.

Inspiring Artwork Combining Geometry & Photography

There’s a certain style of art that really catches my attention in inspiration galleries where artists combine geometry and photography to produce striking images. I’m a big fan of using simple shapes to create interesting designs, but the combination with photos really helps create abstract artwork with intense colours and detail. Today’s showcase features 30 […]

Creative Multiple Exposure Photography by Stephanie Jung

Creative Multiple Exposure Photography by Stephanie Jung

Stephanie Jung is the freelance photographer behind this multiple exposure photography, she is based in Berlin, Germany. She loves to travel all over the world

Cultural Child Photography

Cultural Child Photography

You don't have to gain freedom, you just have to lose bondage. - Mooji

Remains of the summer

You don't have to gain freedom, you just have to lose bondage. - Mooji

Putting Vanishing Points Into Perspective With Generative Architectural Collages | The Creators Project

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Software deconstructs architectural photography to create generative abstract apparitions.

An installation by Doris Salcado featuring 1,600 chairs squeezed between two buildings in Istanbul. This work takes reference from conditions of forced displacement and how it equals to a form of incarceration, which artist Doris Salcedo calls a “Topography of War”.

13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CLXXXIII)

1. A Lot of Chairs An installation by Doris Salcado featuring 1,600 chairs squeezed between two buildings in Istanbul. This work takes reference from conditions of forced displacement and how it equals to a form of incarceration, which artist Doris Salcedo calls a “Topography of War”. Images

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Designer | Curator | Brother

Architecture, design, history, and photography as acts of provocation, investigation, and agency. Ryan Panos M.Arch @ryanpanos

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Fragmentos de mim as vezes tentam me escapar, em busca de novos horizontes, lugares que me caibam por inteira e não apenas o que convém as pessoas. from my tumblr blog

A pile of burnt out vehicles that were ready to be exported are piled in disarray at a port at Tokai village in Ibaraki prefecture

And the aftershocks go on: 275 new tremors hit quake-torn Japan as fears grow for missing 10,000 in flattened port town

Government officials revealed the fate of 9,500 people in the north eastern port of Minamisanriku was still unknown more than 24 hours after the double disaster hit.

The Whitworth Art Gallery reopened earlier this year after undergoing a £15million redevelopment. The gallery is open seven days a week and is free to visit. It features 10 world class exhibitions including this piece by Cornelia Parker named 'Cold Dark Matter'. It is also one of Juan Mata's favourite places to visit in Manchester. This photo originally appeared on the @WeAreMCR Instagram account and was taken by IG user 'the.hat'.

Instagram post by WEAREMCR • Feb 16, 2015 at 7:47pm UTC

The Whitworth Art Gallery reopened earlier this year after undergoing a £15million redevelopment. The gallery is open seven days a week and is free to visit. It features 10 world class exhibitions including this piece by Cornelia Parker named 'Cold Dark Matter'. It is also one of Juan Mata's favourite places to visit in Manchester. This photo originally appeared on the @WeAreMCR Instagram account and was taken by IG user 'the.hat'.

Artodyssey: Nikos Gyftakis

Nikos Gyftakis

Nikos Gyftakis Nikos Gyftakis was born in Athens, Greece in 1981. He studied Painting, at the School of Fine ...

Franz Falckenhaus critical study for GCSE Art 'Order and Disorder'

Franz Falckenhaus critical study for GCSE Art 'Order and Disorder'