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Evil Modernist

Zine by Benjamin Critton who is also responsible for other nice projects like surplusurplusurplus and False Arms/Armes Fausses which is an ever-expanding color categorized photo archive.

MONDOBLOG – evil people in modernist homes in popular films on google maps

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boathouse

Photographs by Jed Lind taken throughout the Shetland Islands

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William Christenberry

It’s been a long time since I’ve looked at Christenberry’s work but I’ve never appreciated it so much. The subject of his work (also includes sculpture and painting) is his home of Hale County, Alabama which was also the subject for Walker Evan’s photographs in Let Us Now Praise Famous Men. As soon as the days start getting a bit longer and a little warmer I’m gonna have to start taking out my 4×5 camera on trips.

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fat Wurm

Fat Car and Fat House by Erwin Wurm.

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fernlund + logan

A New York based firm, their website is interestingly designed and definitely worth taking a look.

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Le Corbusier



the man


the house


the couch

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Storefronts

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Deus Ex Machina

Exquisite customs from Australia that leave me drooling uncontrollably. Kawasakis, Yamahas, Triumphs, Harleys, bobbers, dirt trackers, street trackers, hillclimbers!! Hell, these guys even make track bikes (?!) Their headquarters in Sydney is far from just a garage; it’s also home to a cafe, showroom, and shop which has been very carefully designed to reflect the aesthetic of the brand. So, if you’ve got an extra 20k laying around why not turn it into a motorcycle? Deus

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