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Fotos Metro de Moscú - metro de Moscú - Moscú Underground - Moskau U-Bahn - Metro de Moscou Begun in the 1930's, the Stalin-era underground was the USSR's largest civilian construction project, with stations built as "people's palaces." Employing outstanding architects and artists, it still looks amazing after all those years. The early stations form an eclectic blend of Baroque, Classicism, Soviet Realism, quasi-religious iconography with idealizations of historical characters and their victories, sports, industry, agriculture, very much warfare past and present, the brighter future just ahead, and the heroically laboring working class with inclusion of the various Soviet ethnicities.

Os Gemeos This article was posted by Os Gemeos 1 Year, 9 months, 3 days, 18 hours, 46 minutes ago. “THE SHOW MUST GO ON"photo©: Renato Akerman photo©: Renato Akerman Wrinkles in space-time and the shifting self Wrinkles in space-time and the shifting self Related Stimuli : Fluctuating kaleidoscopic views of identity, in each one lies the imprint of the Whole. External Stimuli : Laurence Demaison, A Wrinkle in Space-Time: Math Shows How Shockwaves Could Crinkle Space Themes : Photography Nodes : b&w, Laurence Demaison, psychedelic, surrealism

Looking Into the Past by Jason Powell If you remember “Pencil versus Camera” project by Ben Heine then this is something really similar, however this time Jason Powell allows us to look into the past. Images are made by finding old photographs of places, printing them out, and then holding the print up in the modern day location that the original photograph was taken. Jason says that so far, most of the historical images have been available for free at the Library of Congress. “Looking Into the Past” was inspired both by his love of history and Michael Hughes’ Souvenirs, and has already been featured on Wired, blog.flickr.net, NPR, DCist, Digg, Reddit and numerous other places of good repute.

Still life: Bent objects UPDATE: The Return of Bent Objects Wires transform these objects from inanimate to hilarious works of art. Little polish girl McDonalds as Sculpture Materials Yeah, this is where those come from Dancing Queens How Some Landscape Photos Are Actually Made EmailEmail What does spilled paprika powder and planet Mars have in common? To a New Jersey-based artist Matthew Albanese, the visually similar color and texture of the two lead to creating a meticulous diorama of Mars, and then photographing it in a way that you wouldn’t think it’s fake. Eventually this revelation resulted in the “Strange World” series, where the artist uses various condiments to make incredible miniature landscapes that look like photos. Matthew’s work starts by walking down the isles of the supermarkets, looking for material that he could possibly make use of. One diorama takes around a month to create, and Matthew needs around 500 shots of each of them before he’s pleased with the result.

Inside the Ghost Ships of the Mothball Fleet For decades, dozens of forgotten Navy and merchant ships have been corroding in Suisun Bay, 30 miles northeast of San Francisco. These historic vessels—the Mothball Fleet—served their country in four wars: WWII, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and Desert Storm. After a decade of impasse, the ghost fleet is slowly dwindling as the ships are towed out one-by-one for scrapping. Alejandro Cartagena » New work/ Car Poolers 2011-2012 The Car Poolers in mexico. 20×12.3 inches printed on photorag cotton paper edition of 10+3AP Cartera Automotriz Fotografía Dylan had worked in a number of Advertising agencies before his passion pulled him over , Photography is what makes him do funny things , things he cant really tell you about , it just wouldnt be right. Having worked as an art director in these agencies he loves bringing through design and specialized retouching and Grading into his work , this basically means he likes to make things look pretty.He works out of Durban , South Africa but travels where ever you want internationally. He gets his kicks from shooting awesome cars and awesome people, so if you are interested in his services or just want to have a convo , give him a shout anytime and he will chat & chat & chat he likes talking so maybe just email otherwise your ears might fall off. Seriously.Be sure to get a cup of your favourite beverage and a chocolate chip cookie ( arent they just great ?)

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