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Awaiting Sascha Nau

"Leipzig got a lot of attention in the last years. Many people are visiting the city each year and many of those are deciding to stay. Buildings that were abandoned after the collapse of the GDR are now being rebuild and repopulated. Still there are many places left to tell stories about the past. We visited these places and tried to convey the atmosphere of these mostly abandoned buildings into photographic pictures.  If you are interested in further information, please feel free to contact us or visit us at”


Dark Forest Path, Idaho

photo via owsumm

(via alaska-alaskaa)

(Source: voodoovoodoo)


house in the mountains ~ wolff architects


(Source: simplypi)


Rovina Cai

Fake It’ Til You Make It


Mushrooms, botanical illustration.

(via mycology)


Irregular And Apparently Functional | Ben Sweeting | The Draftery

"In these drawings I have explored ways in which the contingencies of designing might be made manifest in the things that we design. It is not that that I have tried to design objects that “are” contingent—everything we design could equally have been otherwise. Rather, I have tried to make the contingencies of designing experienceable, in contrast to the way that they are often tidied away.

The drawings begin from a consideration of apparently functional everyday objects. Though these have clear requirements following from their purpose, they are under-constrained and leave enormous room for variation. Using an elaborate process of drawing, I have amalgamated several possibilities together to create irregular compositions without any one dominant ordering principle (even that of orderlessness). This formal strategy is complemented by the inclusion of mechanical components, animating the objects so that they slowly cycle through alternative configurations while being used.”

Ben Sweeting

(via visicert)


Romania (iPhone Images) Julieanne Kost


A selection of illustrations from Icones Farlowianae, a beautiful oversize book by William Gilson Farlow ‘66. Farlow was an eminent botanist of the later 19th and early 20th centuries. One of our (five!) botany libraries is named after him.



view from the schönbrunn palace

Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach | Schönbrunn Palace | Vienna, Austria | 1695