1. cross-connect:

    Artist Joana Vasconcelos has been wrapping various animals wasps, lizards, snakes, crabs, lobsters, frogs, bull-heads, donkey heads, horse heads, wolves and even cats ,in five-needle lace, handmade cotton crochet. 


  2. cross-connect:

    Matteo Capobianco, aka ufocinque born in Novara in 1981 is a graphic designer and street artist living and working between Milan and Novara. Despite of his age, he’s already an affirmed name in the european street-art scene, and he’s often busy collaborating with companies, art galleries and creative events.

    The work of Ufo5 is characterized by the huge presence of symbolisms, labyrinths and magic signs; he uses to paint our society’s virtues and vices through metaphores and symbolical images, often using the evocative power of the lone black and white.


  3. archatlas:

    Urban Elevator in Echavacoiz A.H. Alonso Hernández Asociados

  4. earthlynation:

    Open Wide (by sparky2000)

  5. mypubliclands:

    The famous Giant Gap run of the even more famous North Fork American Wild and Scenic River is one of the most challenging runs in Northern California. Cliffs tower 2,000 feet above clear green streams smashing a path through rapids choked with boulders. Heaps of mine tailings and an old cabin ruin border the course of this roller coaster ride through the historic Mother Lode.

    Learn more about this BLM-managed river: http://on.doi.gov/IsIKiq

    Photo: Bob Wick, BLM

    (Source: Flickr / mypubliclands)

  8. architectmagazine:

    Giant Bjarke Ingels Group Maze Opens

    The 60-foot maze opens today at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.

  9. blue-voids:

    Irving Penn - Gingko Leaves, 1990

  10. (Source: larsfocke)

  12. karenin:


    (although I might add some plants and flowers later)

  13. iluvetsy-features:

    Curvy Concrete Tealight Holder — abconcretedesign

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  14. leslieseuffert:

    Jeongmoon Choi (Berlin) Birdcage, 2006

  15. arkiiv:

    duncan kenner, builder and james gallier, architect

    belle helene plantation, ascension parish, la.