Thomas Heatherwick unveils ”sunken oasis” for Abu… dezeen
This gave me butterflies
Brazilian photographer Cassio Vasconcellos creates virtually impossible aerial views of giant parking lots that extend indefinitely. His pictures are made up of thousands of individual photos. Rows of cars are photographed from above and then reassembled into a single seamless composite image, creating entire walls of them to great effect. Seen from a distance, the huge panels resemble large mosaics composed of thousands of individual colored tiles. On closer examination, however they reveal the intricacy and complexity of Vasconcellos’ masterful compositions.
and always thankful
for shared moments
existing in all forms, smiles, aches
and that heart beat
and for this company
laughter and creativity
watching stars, the giant moon rise
sleepy music making, tofu and peanut butter
and for these colours
few, but burning bright amongst the dampness
of this rain, rain, rain
constant, and healing like the eternal sound
that runs through all of us.
Forrest Shed by Collins Caddaye Architects
The apartment was a shed and carpark space, and takes form as a remnant area described by existing driveway traffic.
hola.. como te llamas?
(Fuente: Flickr / wouter14)
And the Oscar goes to…
this is it. this is the funniest gif ever.
Hahahahahahahahaha his little leg…….
New Start by totalstranger