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@stephenhilgers book "Back of Town (2016) begins with an epigraph quoted from the lyrics of Louis Armstrongs mournful song about the loss of a lover. The photographs that follow depict part of a neighborhood of New Orleans that Hilger came to know as the Back of Town a historic district devastated during Hurricane Katrina partially rebuilt then marked for demolition which he recorded during his time as a professor at Tulane University. Called Lower Mid-City by newspapers and preservationists…

@stephenhilgers book "Back of Town (2016) begins with an epigraph quoted from the lyrics of Louis Armstrongs mournful song about the loss of a lover. The photographs that follow depict part of a neighborhood of New Orleans that Hilger came to know as the Back of Town a historic district devastated during Hurricane Katrina partially rebuilt then marked for demolition which he recorded during his time as a professor at Tulane University. Called Lower Mid-City by newspapers and preservationists…

This building facade is made up of decorative concrete panels inspired by a pattern found on bank notes.

This building facade is covered in decorative panels made from concrete

This building facade is made up of decorative concrete panels inspired by a pattern found on bank notes.

https://flic.kr/p/9jKkYM | Hush Street Art, Lower East Side, New York City 2 | Lower East Side, New York City.  Hush.  "Hush's work has been described as a sensory assault of shape, color, and character. Inspired by the portrayal of the female form in art, the artist builds up and tears down layers of paint and images as he works, "letting the canvas and marks take their own path." The result is an enigmatic synthesis of anime, pop-infused imagery and graffiti that exposes the...

https://flic.kr/p/9jKkYM | Hush Street Art, Lower East Side, New York City 2 | Lower East Side, New York City. Hush. "Hush's work has been described as a sensory assault of shape, color, and character. Inspired by the portrayal of the female form in art, the artist builds up and tears down layers of paint and images as he works, "letting the canvas and marks take their own path." The result is an enigmatic synthesis of anime, pop-infused imagery and graffiti that exposes the...

In 1975, an artist in the Lower East Side of Manhattan began clearing debris and building a garden on the site of a demolished building. Inspired by the sight of children playing in a basement pit behind an adjacent apartment, Adam Purple started crafting a green space that would ultimately grow to span 15,000 square

In 1975, an artist in the Lower East Side of Manhattan began clearing debris and building a garden on the site of a demolished building. Inspired by the sight of children playing in a basement pit behind an adjacent apartment, Adam Purple started crafting a green space that would ultimately grow to span 15,000 square

Moskau Grotesk by Letter Edit. The design of the typeface Moskau Grotesk is based on the signage created for the Café Moskau in Berlin by the graphic artist Klaus Wittkugel in the beginning of the 1960s. The Café Moskau, across from the Kino International on Karl-Marx-Allee in Berlin Mitte was one of the prestige edifices of the former DDR (German Democratic Republic). Built in the early 1960s, it advanced over the years and changing social developments to a trademark building of the…

Moskau Grotesk by Letter Edit. The design of the typeface Moskau Grotesk is based on the signage created for the Café Moskau in Berlin by the graphic artist Klaus Wittkugel in the beginning of the 1960s. The Café Moskau, across from the Kino International on Karl-Marx-Allee in Berlin Mitte was one of the prestige edifices of the former DDR (German Democratic Republic). Built in the early 1960s, it advanced over the years and changing social developments to a trademark building of the…

Still from Adam Purple and the Garden of Eden / Harvey Wang and Amy Brost  In 1975, artist and social activist Adam Purple, known for his permanent purple attire, looked out his window in the crime-ridden Lower East Side of New York City to witness two children playing in a pile of rubble. Struck

Still from Adam Purple and the Garden of Eden / Harvey Wang and Amy Brost In 1975, artist and social activist Adam Purple, known for his permanent purple attire, looked out his window in the crime-ridden Lower East Side of New York City to witness two children playing in a pile of rubble. Struck

Giant statue of nude woman spurs debate on California tech campus     - CNET  Enlarge Image  The beginning of a 55-foot sculpture of a nude woman takes shape in San Leandro California.                                               CBS San Francisco                                            A new 55-foot (17-meter) statue is taking shape on a brand new Northern California tech campus but some locals are asking whether  the giant nude woman is appropriate public art.     	So far only a pair…

Giant statue of nude woman spurs debate on California tech campus - CNET Enlarge Image The beginning of a 55-foot sculpture of a nude woman takes shape in San Leandro California. CBS San Francisco A new 55-foot (17-meter) statue is taking shape on a brand new Northern California tech campus but some locals are asking whether the giant nude woman is appropriate public art. So far only a pair…

nythroughthelens:  Urban decay on Canal Street. Chinatown, New York City. New York City changes and evolves at a rapid pace. In certain areas, changes occur faster than others. Lower Manhattan is one place that has changed the most in the last decade. Development happens fast and the current trends are extremely tall buildings constructed mostly of glass, chain stores and luxury boutiques. In neighborhoods that were once bohemian and home to artists and rebels, these current changes have…

nythroughthelens: Urban decay on Canal Street. Chinatown, New York City. New York City changes and evolves at a rapid pace. In certain areas, changes occur faster than others. Lower Manhattan is one place that has changed the most in the last decade. Development happens fast and the current trends are extremely tall buildings constructed mostly of glass, chain stores and luxury boutiques. In neighborhoods that were once bohemian and home to artists and rebels, these current changes have…

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