random-research:

Beverly Pepper
Amphisculpture,1974-75
Cement, Grass8 x 270 x 14 ft (2,44 x 82.30 x 4.27 m)AT&T, Bedminster, New Jersey

random-research:

Beverly Pepper

Amphisculpture,1974-75
Cement, Grass
8 x 270 x 14 ft (2,44 x 82.30 x 4.27 m)
AT&T, Bedminster, New Jersey

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70sscifiart:

By Jack Kirby, for the Comic Art Convention, New York, 1971.

70sscifiart:

By Jack Kirby, for the Comic Art Convention, New York, 1971.

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Valie Export - Shadow, 1971

Valie Export - Shadow, 1971

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curvedsouls:

Karborn - Evidence of Time Travel. Probably the best visual album, I’ve ever seen.

curvedsouls:

Karborn - Evidence of Time Travel. Probably the best visual album, I’ve ever seen.

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Guy Billout
http://www.workbook.com/portfolios/billout

Guy Billout

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architectureofdoom:

wherearchitectureisfun:

WAÏF: When architecture is just perfect
Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
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architectureofdoom:

wherearchitectureisfun:

WAÏF: When architecture is just perfect
Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
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architectureofdoom:

wherearchitectureisfun:

WAÏF: When architecture is just perfect
Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source

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architectureofdoom:

wherearchitectureisfun:

WAÏF: When architecture is just perfect
Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source

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architectureofdoom:

wherearchitectureisfun:

WAÏF: When architecture is just perfect
Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source

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architectureofdoom:

wherearchitectureisfun:

WAÏF: When architecture is just perfect
Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source

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architectureofdoom:

wherearchitectureisfun:

WAÏF: When architecture is just perfect
Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source

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architectureofdoom:

wherearchitectureisfun:

WAÏF: When architecture is just perfect
Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source

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architectureofdoom:

wherearchitectureisfun:

WAÏF: When architecture is just perfect
Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source

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architectureofdoom:

wherearchitectureisfun:

WAÏF: When architecture is just perfect
Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)
Madrid, 1960-1990
Source

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architectureofdoom:

wherearchitectureisfun:

WAÏF: When architecture is just perfect

Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España

Fernando Higueras (1930-2008) and Antonio Miró (1931-2011)

Madrid, 1960-1990

Source

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polyeucte-melitena:

František Kupka (Czech, 1871-1957), The Machine Drill, c.1927-29. Oil on canvas, 73 x 85 cm.

polyeucte-melitena:

František Kupka (Czech, 1871-1957), The Machine Drill, c.1927-29. Oil on canvas, 73 x 85 cm.

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West Coast VR has a lot to do with acid, I think, because people were kind of mind-prepping for alternative realities.

Oral History of Virtual Reality
When Facebook bought virtual reality company Oculus in early 2014, virtual reality blew up. While game and movie studios began reimagining the future, others looked back at the “old days” of VR — a loosely remembered period in the 1990s when gloves and goggles were super cool and everyone was going to get high on 3D graphics. But things were never so simple. We spoke to 18 key VR innovators about their work and dreams. What follows is over two decades of memories and visions for what the future could be. . (via moonratus)

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Think outside the box! Think outside the box! Who even told you there is a goddamn box? Reconsider what you parrot. Then, think.

Albert Camus, from Notebooks (1958)

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Raf Simons’ Studio.

Raf Simons’ Studio.

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nyctaeus:

Yoko Ono, Earth piece, 1963

nyctaeus:

Yoko Ono, Earth piece, 1963

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artruby:

Antony Gormley, Quantum Cloud XX (tornado), (2000).

artruby:

Antony Gormley, Quantum Cloud XX (tornado), (2000).

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Roman Opałka (Polish, 1931-2011), The Execution

Roman Opałka (Polish, 1931-2011), The Execution

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