of the 33rd degree

A windswept drive-in theater, where desert stretches out past the cinema screen as we sit transfixed- lit only by xenon and starlight.

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Church “Sacré-Cœur” (1944-56) in Algier, Algeria, by Jean La Couteur & Paul Herbé

kevin roche + john dinkeloo and associates - united nations plaza hotel and office building, new york, 1973


Rogan Brown - Outbreak (2014) - Hand-cut paper, foamboard, transparent domes

The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing that stands in the way. Some see Nature all ridicule and deformity…and some scarce see Nature at all. But to the eyes of a man of Imagination, Nature is Imagination itself. —William Blake


Wolf Vostell’s Television Décollage performed by Yasunao Tone on the left-hand side and Akiyama Kuniharu on the right-hand side during the Happening for Sightseeing Bus Trip on December 18, 1966


Buckminster Fuller, Beech Aircraft Factory Model Housein Wichita, Kansas, (1946)

The first step in constructing the building was to erect a central mast. The supported steel cables on braced rings, upon which aluminum sheeting and heat insulation would then be installed. The crest of the dome included a prefabricated ventilation fixture that rotated according to the direction of the wind.


Marten Lange, Untitled (Cave), from his Series “Another Language”, (2012)

Alley Theatre, Ulrich Franzen, Houston, Texas, 1968 — Ezra Stoller

Vija Celmins - Jupiter Moon – Constellation (1983)

Nickolas Muray - Frida Kahlo

(Source: razorshapes, via progenyofpenitence)


brizzi, gori, gori, ricci e savioli - mercato coperto, pescia, italia, 1951

Cristina García Rodero - San Vicente de la Sonsierra, 1979

Henry Moore - Draped Seated Figure (Art exhibition at Tate Britain on May 13, 2013 in London, England)
Photo by Warrick Page

Auditorium Maurice Ravel (1972-75) in Lyon, France, by Henry Pottier & Charles Delfante

Isamu Noguchi - Worksheets for Sculpture (1945)