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Sky-High Paper Wigs Topped With Modern Luxuries by Asya Kozina | Colossal

Paper artist Asya Kozina was inspired by the decadent wigs found in Baroque and Rococo still lifes, tall masses of hair adorned with objects that represent the ideals of luxury and beauty in the 17th and 18th centuries. Her series … Continue reading

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sitar with kestrel on Vimeo

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Nightland: Photos by Michael Streckbein

Photos of a train yard at night by Cologned-based photographer Michael Streckbein. Source: Nightland: Photos by Michael Streckbein

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Can the world’s megacities survive the digital age?

Research shows that technology disrupts economies of scale, turning megacities’ huge populations from strength to liability. To survive, megacities, like companies, must adapt. Source: Can the world’s megacities survive the digital age?

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Bowling Alleys: Photos by Robert Götzfried

Never knew bowling alleys could look so stunning. This series by Munich-based photographer Robert Götzfried takes a look at bowling alleys shot in Southern Germany. Source: Bowling Alleys: Photos by Robert Götzfried

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Faces Places Trailer #1 (2017) | Movieclips Indie – YouTube

French filmmaking legend Agnes Varda teamed up with young street artist JR to cover France’s villages in meaningful street art — and their project and friendship are caught on film in this documentary.

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Dekotora: Photographer highlights ‘decorated truck’ culture in Japan | Creative Boom

Source: Dekotora: Photographer highlights ‘decorated truck’ culture in Japan | Creative Boom

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Snow Covered Vending Machines Illuminate a Frozen Hokkaido | Colossal

There are over five and a half million vending machines across Japan which sell a variety of merchandise from soda and cigarettes, to fresh eggs and flowers. These machines are not only scattered within the large city centers of the … Continue reading

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Twenty-One Colorful Cubes Compose Denmark’s Newly Opened Lego House | Colossal

After four years of construction, Denmark’s colorful LEGO House has finally been unveiled to the public in the company’s native land of Billund. The building, designed by the Copenhagen and New York-based design firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), is composed of … Continue reading

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‘I’m dumbfounded!’ … Neave Brown on bagging a RIBA award for the building that killed his career | Art and design | The Guardian

It was late, over-budget and ended his career. But 40 years on, Neave Brown has just won British architecture’s top award for the Alexandra Road estate and similar masterpieces of social housing Source: ‘I’m dumbfounded!’ … Neave Brown on bagging … Continue reading

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