Patrick Bailly-Maitre-Grand - Sirius (2004)
Artist’s statement (loose translation from the French):
"A banal scullery window overgrown with cobwebs, a winter night and a star in the far distance … In these saturnine nights all your questions go toward the shiny dots which punctuate the great book of the sky."
My biggest fear is that eventually you will see me the way I see myself.
A Sand Castle Suburb Consumed by the Ocean | Chad WrightMasterplan is a installation by designer and artist Chad Wright inspired by his own experiences growing up in a sprawling suburb of Southern California. The piece is meant to juxtapose the playful childhood experience of building sand castles on the beach with his brother, versus the grim, modern-day reality of our current real estate collapse. Learn more over on his website. Photographed by Lynn Kloythanomsup of Architectural Black.
"Three days later another car rolled off that same line. No one gave two craps about her, but they should’ve. Because this 1967 Chevrolet Impala would turn out to be the most important car… no, the most important object in pretty much the whole universe."
If a woman writes to a sex advice column and says “My boyfriend is pressuring me to have anal sex but I don’t want to” and the advise columnists answer is “It shouldn’t be painful if you do X, Y, Z” instead of “Dump any asshole who tries to pressure you into having sex” then the person giving that advice is perpetuating rape culture.
Thanks. It has pockets!
Urban Lofts by Charis Gkikas & Evaggelia Filtsou
Gazi area in Athens , after stopping the gas plant, the removal of other crafts and warehouses and the regeneration- creation of Technopolis, has become a place of culture and arts, a lively place throughout the city ,during night & day. The proximity to the city center of Athens, the privileged position in relation to the street Piraeus and the highways, makes Gazi an attractive place not only recreational but also for residential purposes. Aimed primarily at individuals or couple families.