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“The mother art is architecture. Without an architecture of our own we have no soul of our own civilization.”

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I’m not muslim, but I do respect the dedication that most muslims have when it comes to their faith. Currently, muslims around the world are celebrating Ramadan. For those who don’t know, Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calender. During that month, muslims are to refrain from food, water, and sex during sunlight. It is meant to teach patience and spirituality within the culture.

Here are some amazing photos that I found through’s Big Picture posts.

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Inspiration can arrive from many places and sources. It is most fun, when it comes from the past. In fashion and architecture, the designers are mostly building on past constructions and adding a bit of inspiration that comes from everyday life. The Faile Temple, in Lisbon, Portugal, takes architecture from the past and combines a comic book like aesthetic to the design.

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In lower Manhattan there’s a newly erected mural made by Os Gemeos and Futura. It was created to coincide with the World Basketball Festival currently being held in New York City. The piece has a young lad staring at the world with a green floral shirt and country-flag plaid shorts. It exemplifies the worldwide peace the arises during major sporting events.


The plan was actually to post this last week, but I didn’t. There were other things on my mind and somehow this got put off, not to say what Volpin Props did wasn’t interesting. It’s more than that, it’s truly amazing. He spent 17 months constructing this helmet from cardboard, to clay, to plastic until he got the final result.  He to “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” to heart when making this helmet. There really isn’t much to say, except wow. The rest is shown by this 3 minute video of his journey. Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo would be proud.


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Photographer: Matt Siber

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Here are some pics from a light exhibition from New York’s Creator Project.

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Name: Das Science Center Medizintechnik

Location: Berlin

Designed: Gnardinger Architects

My future workplace will look like this. #just saying.

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It’s more like “Super” club. Why can’t we have anything like this in Atlanta. Clubs are supposed to magical drug fueled chambers, not a basement with strobe-lights. New York, I’ll be there soon.

Designed by: Bluarch Architecture and Interiors

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