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gabriel garcía márquez, 1927-2014
photo by eva rubinstein

gabriel garcía márquez, 1927-2014

photo by eva rubinstein



mumuki - astor piazzolla

by yo-yo ma


photo by jessica tremp

photo by jessica tremp


photo by tanya posternaks 

photo by tanya posternaks 




rudygodinez:

Jean Prouve, Maisons Coques, (1950-1952)

During the assembly work for the Mame Printing Works. Prouve made an observation that he later described as follows: “One beautiful day around lunchtime, I saw thirty workers taking a break. They were sitting and eating among the stored shed-roof elements – and they all told me the same thing: “We don’’t know why, but we feel at ease here.” This was the birth of the shell houses, or maisons coques, who’s prototype Prouve presented in Paris at the 1951 exhibition Arts Menagers. Basically, this construction principle entailed no more than creating a series of “shells” made of bent shed roof elements, which rest on facades or interior walls. Not much later, numerous variations on such “shell houses” were completed.

(via architectureofdoom)


photo by jean gaumy

photo by jean gaumy


photo by ara güler

photo by ara güler


photo by ludovico poggioli

photo by ludovico poggioli


lisboa
by marleenannema

lisboa

by marleenannema


photo by julian bialowas

photo by julian bialowas


Ana Kraš & Devendra Banhart in Shy Gestures for The Avant/Garde Diaries

Ana Kraš & Devendra Banhart in Shy Gestures for The Avant/Garde Diaries

(Source: shygesture, via devendraandana)


by branch studio architects

by branch studio architects

(via dezeen)


photo by alice axinder

photo by alice axinder


amanda seyfried
photo by parker fitzgeraldi

amanda seyfried

photo by parker fitzgeraldi

(Source: mayanhandballcourt)


photo by beth kirby

photo by beth kirby


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