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99percentinvisible:

A sign in space
99percentinvisible:

A sign in space
99percentinvisible:

A sign in space
99percentinvisible:

A sign in space
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staceythinx:

The Glass Labyrinth by Robert Morris
About the project:

In spirit, Glass Labyrinth acknowledges similar prehistoric markings on stones and cave walls, ancient Greek myths, and Christian metaphors for pilgrimage to the holy city of Jerusalem. Thus, it transcends time and space to remind us of the power of deeply felt archetypes. In form and material, however, this labyrinth is a departure from the more familiar circular and rectangular labyrinths of old. Triangulated and constructed of glass plate walls capped with bronze, it speaks to this moment in the language of modern architecture and design–streamlined, dynamic, transparent, and elegant.
staceythinx:

The Glass Labyrinth by Robert Morris
About the project:

In spirit, Glass Labyrinth acknowledges similar prehistoric markings on stones and cave walls, ancient Greek myths, and Christian metaphors for pilgrimage to the holy city of Jerusalem. Thus, it transcends time and space to remind us of the power of deeply felt archetypes. In form and material, however, this labyrinth is a departure from the more familiar circular and rectangular labyrinths of old. Triangulated and constructed of glass plate walls capped with bronze, it speaks to this moment in the language of modern architecture and design–streamlined, dynamic, transparent, and elegant.
staceythinx:

The Glass Labyrinth by Robert Morris
About the project:

In spirit, Glass Labyrinth acknowledges similar prehistoric markings on stones and cave walls, ancient Greek myths, and Christian metaphors for pilgrimage to the holy city of Jerusalem. Thus, it transcends time and space to remind us of the power of deeply felt archetypes. In form and material, however, this labyrinth is a departure from the more familiar circular and rectangular labyrinths of old. Triangulated and constructed of glass plate walls capped with bronze, it speaks to this moment in the language of modern architecture and design–streamlined, dynamic, transparent, and elegant.
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2headedsnake:

Tamas Szaszak
2headedsnake:

Tamas Szaszak
2headedsnake:

Tamas Szaszak
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albertcan:

M Benjamin Herndonhttp://mbenjaminherndon.com/
albertcan:

M Benjamin Herndonhttp://mbenjaminherndon.com/
albertcan:

M Benjamin Herndonhttp://mbenjaminherndon.com/
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likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Dislocation (2011)
likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Dislocation (2011)
likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Dislocation (2011)
likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Dislocation (2011)
likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Dislocation (2011)
likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Dislocation (2011)
likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Dislocation (2011)
likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Dislocation (2011)
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magictransistor:

René Magritte. Autoportrait. 1923.
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likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Da Qin Island (2012)
"Da Qin Island was first set up by Chinese officials in 1924 as a colony to separate leprosy patients from the general population, but in 2011, the last 40 patients were transferred back to rehabilitation facilities in mainland China.
Before the move, Changwei traveled to the isolated island for several months to document the patients and their way of life.
The images reveal a marginalized group still coping with life on the outside. Da Qin Island was, and perhaps still is, a place frozen in time and hidden from most of the world, yet Changwei’s narrative also includes the beauty of the locale, albeit one whose wondrous beaches act more as a barrier than a place to bask in the sun.”
likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Da Qin Island (2012)
"Da Qin Island was first set up by Chinese officials in 1924 as a colony to separate leprosy patients from the general population, but in 2011, the last 40 patients were transferred back to rehabilitation facilities in mainland China.
Before the move, Changwei traveled to the isolated island for several months to document the patients and their way of life.
The images reveal a marginalized group still coping with life on the outside. Da Qin Island was, and perhaps still is, a place frozen in time and hidden from most of the world, yet Changwei’s narrative also includes the beauty of the locale, albeit one whose wondrous beaches act more as a barrier than a place to bask in the sun.”
likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Da Qin Island (2012)
"Da Qin Island was first set up by Chinese officials in 1924 as a colony to separate leprosy patients from the general population, but in 2011, the last 40 patients were transferred back to rehabilitation facilities in mainland China.
Before the move, Changwei traveled to the isolated island for several months to document the patients and their way of life.
The images reveal a marginalized group still coping with life on the outside. Da Qin Island was, and perhaps still is, a place frozen in time and hidden from most of the world, yet Changwei’s narrative also includes the beauty of the locale, albeit one whose wondrous beaches act more as a barrier than a place to bask in the sun.”
likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Da Qin Island (2012)
"Da Qin Island was first set up by Chinese officials in 1924 as a colony to separate leprosy patients from the general population, but in 2011, the last 40 patients were transferred back to rehabilitation facilities in mainland China.
Before the move, Changwei traveled to the isolated island for several months to document the patients and their way of life.
The images reveal a marginalized group still coping with life on the outside. Da Qin Island was, and perhaps still is, a place frozen in time and hidden from most of the world, yet Changwei’s narrative also includes the beauty of the locale, albeit one whose wondrous beaches act more as a barrier than a place to bask in the sun.”
likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Da Qin Island (2012)
"Da Qin Island was first set up by Chinese officials in 1924 as a colony to separate leprosy patients from the general population, but in 2011, the last 40 patients were transferred back to rehabilitation facilities in mainland China.
Before the move, Changwei traveled to the isolated island for several months to document the patients and their way of life.
The images reveal a marginalized group still coping with life on the outside. Da Qin Island was, and perhaps still is, a place frozen in time and hidden from most of the world, yet Changwei’s narrative also includes the beauty of the locale, albeit one whose wondrous beaches act more as a barrier than a place to bask in the sun.”
likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Da Qin Island (2012)
"Da Qin Island was first set up by Chinese officials in 1924 as a colony to separate leprosy patients from the general population, but in 2011, the last 40 patients were transferred back to rehabilitation facilities in mainland China.
Before the move, Changwei traveled to the isolated island for several months to document the patients and their way of life.
The images reveal a marginalized group still coping with life on the outside. Da Qin Island was, and perhaps still is, a place frozen in time and hidden from most of the world, yet Changwei’s narrative also includes the beauty of the locale, albeit one whose wondrous beaches act more as a barrier than a place to bask in the sun.”
likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Da Qin Island (2012)
"Da Qin Island was first set up by Chinese officials in 1924 as a colony to separate leprosy patients from the general population, but in 2011, the last 40 patients were transferred back to rehabilitation facilities in mainland China.
Before the move, Changwei traveled to the isolated island for several months to document the patients and their way of life.
The images reveal a marginalized group still coping with life on the outside. Da Qin Island was, and perhaps still is, a place frozen in time and hidden from most of the world, yet Changwei’s narrative also includes the beauty of the locale, albeit one whose wondrous beaches act more as a barrier than a place to bask in the sun.”
likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Da Qin Island (2012)
"Da Qin Island was first set up by Chinese officials in 1924 as a colony to separate leprosy patients from the general population, but in 2011, the last 40 patients were transferred back to rehabilitation facilities in mainland China.
Before the move, Changwei traveled to the isolated island for several months to document the patients and their way of life.
The images reveal a marginalized group still coping with life on the outside. Da Qin Island was, and perhaps still is, a place frozen in time and hidden from most of the world, yet Changwei’s narrative also includes the beauty of the locale, albeit one whose wondrous beaches act more as a barrier than a place to bask in the sun.”
likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Da Qin Island (2012)
"Da Qin Island was first set up by Chinese officials in 1924 as a colony to separate leprosy patients from the general population, but in 2011, the last 40 patients were transferred back to rehabilitation facilities in mainland China.
Before the move, Changwei traveled to the isolated island for several months to document the patients and their way of life.
The images reveal a marginalized group still coping with life on the outside. Da Qin Island was, and perhaps still is, a place frozen in time and hidden from most of the world, yet Changwei’s narrative also includes the beauty of the locale, albeit one whose wondrous beaches act more as a barrier than a place to bask in the sun.”
likeafieldmouse:

Luo Changwei - Da Qin Island (2012)
"Da Qin Island was first set up by Chinese officials in 1924 as a colony to separate leprosy patients from the general population, but in 2011, the last 40 patients were transferred back to rehabilitation facilities in mainland China.
Before the move, Changwei traveled to the isolated island for several months to document the patients and their way of life.
The images reveal a marginalized group still coping with life on the outside. Da Qin Island was, and perhaps still is, a place frozen in time and hidden from most of the world, yet Changwei’s narrative also includes the beauty of the locale, albeit one whose wondrous beaches act more as a barrier than a place to bask in the sun.”
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lilacsinthedooryard:

Emmaus by Janet Brooks-Gerloff, 1992