.IMAGINARIUM.
.even the deepest shadow is threatened by the morning light.
.IMAGINARIUM.
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design-is-fine:

Sidewall Gambling, 1910–20. Machine-printed. Made in Belgium.
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low-country:

Jan Cockx - Portrait of Roger Avermaete (1919)
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i-love-art:

Salvador Dalí
La desintegración de la persistencia de la memoriaóleo sobre lienzoMuseo Salvado Dalí, San Petesburgo, Florida
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rosswolfe:

A rooftop racetrack: The Fiat Lingotto factory in Turin, Italy (1923)
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enochliew:

Graphics by Arenas Basabe Palacios
They have a distinct style for all their urban design schemes.
enochliew:

Graphics by Arenas Basabe Palacios
They have a distinct style for all their urban design schemes.
enochliew:

Graphics by Arenas Basabe Palacios
They have a distinct style for all their urban design schemes.
enochliew:

Graphics by Arenas Basabe Palacios
They have a distinct style for all their urban design schemes.
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archiveofaffinities:

Michael Graves, California Lifeguard Tower, 1988
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polychroniadis:

Hans Kupelwieser , 'Gonflable', 2012. Aluminium.
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aquaticwonder:

Guy Billout
aquaticwonder:

Guy Billout
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i-love-art:

Matisse
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womensweardaily:

An image from “All American Ads of the 40’s.” 
 Courtesy Photo
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skelllz:

Niele Toroni
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architectural-review:

'Fictional Constructs' establishes a seamless hyper-real fantasy world where a series of design interventions reveal various levels of deceptions of scale, time and place. The site is Kraftwerk located in the centre of Berlin - a former industrial power station, built approximately at the same time of the Berlin Wall between 1960-64.The design proposes a new open film studio/public space that constantly evolves, grows and performs, acts and expands, merging the boundaries between the everyday and the iconic, the real city and its representation in film. https://vimeo.com/95659081
Kairo Baden-Powell is an architectural designer, based in London.  He is interested in digital prototyping and the potential of fabricating buildings to the same level of precision as the aviation industry.  His fascination in the potential of heterotopic, hyper-real spatial imagery explored in the film industry translates into unique work that is on the edge of fact and fiction.
www.kb-p.co.uk
www.unittwentyfour.com/
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thetuesdayafter:

Mark Bradford at White Cube