boyirl:

Ekkehard Altenburger, Mirror House, 1996, mirror on steel frame. Temporary installation on the Isle of Tyree, Scotland

boyirl:

Ekkehard AltenburgerMirror House, 1996, mirror on steel frame. Temporary installation on the Isle of Tyree, Scotland

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why-and-or-bother:

why did this need to be created

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cynicalsarcasmgetsmeoff:

My ribs

priceofliberty:

hellabiafra:

vegasmo:

Human: “HAHAHA Animals are so dumb!”

*goes to war with its own species, uses up all of its resources, destroys its own environment, pollutes its own air and water*

Animal: *licks its own asshole*

human: *licks someone else’s asshole and calls it sex*

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ryanpanos:

For What It’s Worth | Dillon Marsh

Whether they are active or long dormant, mines speak of a combination of sacrifice and gain. Their features are crude, unsightly scars on the landscape – unlikely feats of hard labour and specialised engineering, constructed to extract value from the earth but also exacting a price.

These images combine photography and computer generated elements in an effort to visualise the output of a mine. The CGI objects represent a scale model of the materials removed from each mine, a solid mass occupying a scene showing the ground from which it was extracted. By doing so, the intention is to create a kind of visualisation of the merits and shortfalls of mining in South Africa, an industry that has shaped the history and economy of the country so radically.

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it8bit:

Link
Created by Andy Fairhurst

it8bit:

Link

Created by Andy Fairhurst

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“Being a writer is 3% talent, 97% not being distracted by the internet.”

—   Anonymous (via maxkirin)

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pikxchu:

Chamonix - Mer de Glace by Didier Baertschiger