cazalis:

The Saw Mills.  of Lagos as seen from the Third Mainland Bridge at dawn. ©2014 Carlos Cazalis/All Rights Reserved. Saw Mills, Lagos, Nigeria.

cazalis:

The Saw Mills. of Lagos as seen from the Third Mainland Bridge at dawn.

©2014 Carlos Cazalis/All Rights Reserved. Saw Mills, Lagos, Nigeria.

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exde601e:

Human data shows how we move in cities.

Human helps people move almost twice as much in six weeks. Every day, people track millions of activities with our app. We visualized 7.5 Million miles of activity in major cities all across the globe to get an insight into Human activity. Walking, running, cycling, and motorized transportation data tell us different stories.

(Source: cities.human.co)

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Axel Hütte, Passo Sella, Italia. Dalla serie New Mountains, 2012. © Axel Hütte. (vía Axel Hütte Fantasmi e realtà PICS #045 | Klatmagazine)

Axel Hütte, Passo Sella, Italia. Dalla serie New Mountains, 2012. © Axel Hütte. (vía Axel Hütte Fantasmi e realtà PICS #045 | Klatmagazine)

hifas:

The Sound of WindJenny Riffle | Tumblr

hifas:

The Sound of Wind
Jenny Riffle | Tumblr

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naturaeproject:

© Nic Opdam from the series WHAT IS DUTCH POWER

naturaeproject:

© Nic Opdam from the series WHAT IS DUTCH POWER

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periferiadomestica:

Anna Artaker & Meike S. Gleim, COUNTERPARTS
Work series of image pairs that show similar forms (mostly of architectural origin) that stand for antagonistic subjects such as the design for a spherical construction (1784) of the French revolution architect Claude-Nicolas Ledoux – committed to the utopian spirit of revolution – with the photograph of a radar monitoring system in New Zealand, which is part of the espionage network Echelon. The latter appears here as the bitter side of fulfilled utopias. Each image is presented as a puzzle and puzzle pieces between related images are exchanged to literally link the images and highlight an aspect in the other picture (more information on: http://anthropologicalmaterialism.hypotheses.org/1742).
Atlas von Arkadien

periferiadomestica:

Anna Artaker & Meike S. Gleim, COUNTERPARTS

Work series of image pairs that show similar forms (mostly of architectural origin) that stand for antagonistic subjects such as the design for a spherical construction (1784) of the French revolution architect Claude-Nicolas Ledoux – committed to the utopian spirit of revolution – with the photograph of a radar monitoring system in New Zealand, which is part of the espionage network Echelon. The latter appears here as the bitter side of fulfilled utopias. Each image is presented as a puzzle and puzzle pieces between related images are exchanged to literally link the images and highlight an aspect in the other picture (more information on: http://anthropologicalmaterialism.hypotheses.org/1742).

Atlas von Arkadien

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leatyrallova:

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1. Joel Sternfeld  (American Prospects)
2. Martin Kollár    (Nothing Special)

leatyrallova:

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1. Joel Sternfeld  (American Prospects)

2. Martin Kollár    (Nothing Special)

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