homesteadseattle:

#TBT Remember this factory desk? đź‘Ś 

homesteadseattle:

#TBT Remember this factory desk? 👌 

fakehousesrealawesome:

Still roadtripping. Here are some more creepshots of beautiful architecture, this time in Wisconsin.

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hiverpourtoujours:

At least the morning we headed back to Quebec on looked like this.

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elinsofia:

Ended the course in natural dyeing this week with an exhibition at the student gallery at Stenebyskolan. 

I have worked with screen printing and dyeing in combination. Trying out different combinations of colour, and how do combine them. I have mostly used blueberries, yellow onion skins and madder. 

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homesteadseattle:

Wouldn’t be a vacation without some treasure hunting. 

homesteadseattle:

Wouldn’t be a vacation without some treasure hunting. 

joilieder:

Dr. Hart’s Mansion or Maison Bergerac, Pacific Grove, California.  The house was built in 1893 for Dr. Hart.  Early black and white photos show some of the house to the left was painted a dark color.  The Harts owned the house for 70 years and after various owners and uses, the house became a famous French restaurant, “Maison Bergerac” in 1971 (owned by a French chef Raymond Bergerac).  After 15 years, housing 2 more famous restaurants (one being Robert Kincaid’s White House on Lighthouse) it was sold and eventually fell vacant until the current owners.  The house can be toured during Pacific Groves Historic Home Tour day(s).
I find the coloring of the house unique because all of the blues come from window dressings.  Photo was taken by Frank Keilor.

joilieder:

Dr. Hart’s Mansion or Maison Bergerac, Pacific Grove, California.  The house was built in 1893 for Dr. Hart.  Early black and white photos show some of the house to the left was painted a dark color.  The Harts owned the house for 70 years and after various owners and uses, the house became a famous French restaurant, “Maison Bergerac” in 1971 (owned by a French chef Raymond Bergerac).  After 15 years, housing 2 more famous restaurants (one being Robert Kincaid’s White House on Lighthouse) it was sold and eventually fell vacant until the current owners.  The house can be toured during Pacific Groves Historic Home Tour day(s).

I find the coloring of the house unique because all of the blues come from window dressings.  Photo was taken by Frank Keilor.

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softpyramid:

Simon Starling
Project for a Masquerade (Hiroshima): The Mirror Room
2010
The Modern Institute, Glasgow installation views

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