1. yama-bato:

Georges VantongerlooAnvers (Belgique), 1886 - Paris, 1965Rapport des volumes émanant du cône1927MentonSculpturePlâtre peint32,5 x 27,5 x 27,2 cm Don de Max Bill 1980

    yama-bato:

    Georges Vantongerloo
    Anvers (Belgique), 1886 - Paris, 1965


    Rapport des volumes émanant du cône
    1927
    Menton
    Sculpture
    Plâtre peint
    32,5 x 27,5 x 27,2 cm

    Don de Max Bill 1980

  2. exercicedestyle:

takurokuwata

    exercicedestyle:

    takurokuwata

  3. ce-sac-contient:

Gustave Miklos (1888-1967) - Lampe de table, 1928
Bloc de cristal de roche enchâssé dans une base en bronze patiné brun-vert de forme géométrique (27 x 22 cm)

    ce-sac-contient:

    Gustave Miklos (1888-1967) - Lampe de table, 1928

    Bloc de cristal de roche enchâssé dans une base en bronze patiné brun-vert de forme géométrique (27 x 22 cm)

  4. scavengedluxury:

Civic centre beton brut. Reading, June 2014.

    scavengedluxury:

    Civic centre beton brut. Reading, June 2014.

  5. patrickschierer:

Niels Hvass ‘Loop’ Chair.

    patrickschierer:

    Niels Hvass ‘Loop’ Chair.

  6. archatlas:

Exactly!

    archatlas:

    Exactly!

  7. columbinellc:

Abandoned vegetable garden
Pound Ridge, NY

    columbinellc:

    Abandoned vegetable garden

    Pound Ridge, NY

  8. impfaust:

I’m working on a new art project, really excited about it, I hope everything turns out great. Amazing vibes there!!
Artwork by  Tommaso Tagliabue.

    impfaust:

    I’m working on a new art project, really excited about it, I hope everything turns out great. Amazing vibes there!!

    Artwork by  Tommaso Tagliabue.

  9. fer1972:

Paintings by Tobias Tovera
fer1972:

Paintings by Tobias Tovera
fer1972:

Paintings by Tobias Tovera
fer1972:

Paintings by Tobias Tovera
fer1972:

Paintings by Tobias Tovera

    fer1972:

    Paintings by Tobias Tovera

  10. ryanpanos:

Geamana: The Romanian Village Flooded by a Toxic Lake | Via
Copper exploitation at the mines of Rosia Poieni in the Apuseni Mountains, in Alba county, in Romania, was like a curse for residents of the twin villages situated in the foothills where excavations were carried out. Their ordeal began in 1977, when Romania’s communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu decided to exploit the huge copper deposit discovered underground. 
The government forced the inhabitants of the nearby village of Geamana to leave their homes and abandon their way of life in order to make way for the toxic waste from Roşia Poieni mining pit. Around 400 families were evacuated and their village replaced by an artificial lake that served as a kind of catch-basin for the mine’s contaminated sludge to flow into.The waters of the lake is highly toxic laced with cyanide and other chemicals. As the lake grew, it engulfed what was once a beautiful village. The tower of the church and a few houses are all that remains today.
ryanpanos:

Geamana: The Romanian Village Flooded by a Toxic Lake | Via
Copper exploitation at the mines of Rosia Poieni in the Apuseni Mountains, in Alba county, in Romania, was like a curse for residents of the twin villages situated in the foothills where excavations were carried out. Their ordeal began in 1977, when Romania’s communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu decided to exploit the huge copper deposit discovered underground. 
The government forced the inhabitants of the nearby village of Geamana to leave their homes and abandon their way of life in order to make way for the toxic waste from Roşia Poieni mining pit. Around 400 families were evacuated and their village replaced by an artificial lake that served as a kind of catch-basin for the mine’s contaminated sludge to flow into.The waters of the lake is highly toxic laced with cyanide and other chemicals. As the lake grew, it engulfed what was once a beautiful village. The tower of the church and a few houses are all that remains today.
ryanpanos:

Geamana: The Romanian Village Flooded by a Toxic Lake | Via
Copper exploitation at the mines of Rosia Poieni in the Apuseni Mountains, in Alba county, in Romania, was like a curse for residents of the twin villages situated in the foothills where excavations were carried out. Their ordeal began in 1977, when Romania’s communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu decided to exploit the huge copper deposit discovered underground. 
The government forced the inhabitants of the nearby village of Geamana to leave their homes and abandon their way of life in order to make way for the toxic waste from Roşia Poieni mining pit. Around 400 families were evacuated and their village replaced by an artificial lake that served as a kind of catch-basin for the mine’s contaminated sludge to flow into.The waters of the lake is highly toxic laced with cyanide and other chemicals. As the lake grew, it engulfed what was once a beautiful village. The tower of the church and a few houses are all that remains today.
ryanpanos:

Geamana: The Romanian Village Flooded by a Toxic Lake | Via
Copper exploitation at the mines of Rosia Poieni in the Apuseni Mountains, in Alba county, in Romania, was like a curse for residents of the twin villages situated in the foothills where excavations were carried out. Their ordeal began in 1977, when Romania’s communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu decided to exploit the huge copper deposit discovered underground. 
The government forced the inhabitants of the nearby village of Geamana to leave their homes and abandon their way of life in order to make way for the toxic waste from Roşia Poieni mining pit. Around 400 families were evacuated and their village replaced by an artificial lake that served as a kind of catch-basin for the mine’s contaminated sludge to flow into.The waters of the lake is highly toxic laced with cyanide and other chemicals. As the lake grew, it engulfed what was once a beautiful village. The tower of the church and a few houses are all that remains today.
ryanpanos:

Geamana: The Romanian Village Flooded by a Toxic Lake | Via
Copper exploitation at the mines of Rosia Poieni in the Apuseni Mountains, in Alba county, in Romania, was like a curse for residents of the twin villages situated in the foothills where excavations were carried out. Their ordeal began in 1977, when Romania’s communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu decided to exploit the huge copper deposit discovered underground. 
The government forced the inhabitants of the nearby village of Geamana to leave their homes and abandon their way of life in order to make way for the toxic waste from Roşia Poieni mining pit. Around 400 families were evacuated and their village replaced by an artificial lake that served as a kind of catch-basin for the mine’s contaminated sludge to flow into.The waters of the lake is highly toxic laced with cyanide and other chemicals. As the lake grew, it engulfed what was once a beautiful village. The tower of the church and a few houses are all that remains today.

    ryanpanos:

    Geamana: The Romanian Village Flooded by a Toxic Lake | Via

    Copper exploitation at the mines of Rosia Poieni in the Apuseni Mountains, in Alba county, in Romania, was like a curse for residents of the twin villages situated in the foothills where excavations were carried out. Their ordeal began in 1977, when Romania’s communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu decided to exploit the huge copper deposit discovered underground.

    The government forced the inhabitants of the nearby village of Geamana to leave their homes and abandon their way of life in order to make way for the toxic waste from Roşia Poieni mining pit. Around 400 families were evacuated and their village replaced by an artificial lake that served as a kind of catch-basin for the mine’s contaminated sludge to flow into.The waters of the lake is highly toxic laced with cyanide and other chemicals. As the lake grew, it engulfed what was once a beautiful village. The tower of the church and a few houses are all that remains today.

  11. mydreamisnear:

It’s kind of a funny story on We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/108822949

    mydreamisnear:

    It’s kind of a funny story on We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/108822949

  12. just—maps:

The City of Ankh-Morpork [2122x2172]

    just—maps:

    The City of Ankh-Morpork [2122x2172]

  13. little-a-watson:

Las calles de Monterrey V 01 by L.A. Watson for MAPPA’s Urban Project. 

    little-a-watson:

    Las calles de Monterrey V 01 
    by L.A. Watson for MAPPA’s Urban Project. 

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