Eat at Moe's
moodboard of myself
Eat at Moe's
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freshwash:

Visual Experimental Iterations Series - 55 “Points”
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tolandonthemoon:

Archifiction
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dennyschmickle:

Charles & Ray Eames’ Powers of Ten as a gif
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Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959)
Pacific Dwelling for Mr. and Mrs. Morris, San Francisco, 1945
VC Morris commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to build a gallery on Maiden Lane in San Francisco. While working together, Wright proposed this mansion for Morris’ dramatic lot in San Francisco’s Seacliff neighborhood. Morris considered Wright’s first design too elaborate (top). He asked Wright to dial it back. The bottom image shows the toned-down version haha. It was never built; Morris’ Xanadu Gallery is Wright’s only San Francisco building.
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Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959)
Pacific Dwelling for Mr. and Mrs. Morris, San Francisco, 1945
VC Morris commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to build a gallery on Maiden Lane in San Francisco. While working together, Wright proposed this mansion for Morris’ dramatic lot in San Francisco’s Seacliff neighborhood. Morris considered Wright’s first design too elaborate (top). He asked Wright to dial it back. The bottom image shows the toned-down version haha. It was never built; Morris’ Xanadu Gallery is Wright’s only San Francisco building.
hideback:

Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959)
Pacific Dwelling for Mr. and Mrs. Morris, San Francisco, 1945
VC Morris commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to build a gallery on Maiden Lane in San Francisco. While working together, Wright proposed this mansion for Morris’ dramatic lot in San Francisco’s Seacliff neighborhood. Morris considered Wright’s first design too elaborate (top). He asked Wright to dial it back. The bottom image shows the toned-down version haha. It was never built; Morris’ Xanadu Gallery is Wright’s only San Francisco building.
hideback:

Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959)
Pacific Dwelling for Mr. and Mrs. Morris, San Francisco, 1945
VC Morris commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to build a gallery on Maiden Lane in San Francisco. While working together, Wright proposed this mansion for Morris’ dramatic lot in San Francisco’s Seacliff neighborhood. Morris considered Wright’s first design too elaborate (top). He asked Wright to dial it back. The bottom image shows the toned-down version haha. It was never built; Morris’ Xanadu Gallery is Wright’s only San Francisco building.
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jedavu:

Fragmented Black and White Scenes Create Beautifully Abstract Formations by L.A.-based photographer Kevin Saint Grey 
jedavu:

Fragmented Black and White Scenes Create Beautifully Abstract Formations by L.A.-based photographer Kevin Saint Grey 
jedavu:

Fragmented Black and White Scenes Create Beautifully Abstract Formations by L.A.-based photographer Kevin Saint Grey 
jedavu:

Fragmented Black and White Scenes Create Beautifully Abstract Formations by L.A.-based photographer Kevin Saint Grey 
jedavu:

Fragmented Black and White Scenes Create Beautifully Abstract Formations by L.A.-based photographer Kevin Saint Grey 
jedavu:

Fragmented Black and White Scenes Create Beautifully Abstract Formations by L.A.-based photographer Kevin Saint Grey 
jedavu:

Fragmented Black and White Scenes Create Beautifully Abstract Formations by L.A.-based photographer Kevin Saint Grey 
jedavu:

Fragmented Black and White Scenes Create Beautifully Abstract Formations by L.A.-based photographer Kevin Saint Grey 
jedavu:

Fragmented Black and White Scenes Create Beautifully Abstract Formations by L.A.-based photographer Kevin Saint Grey 
jedavu:

Fragmented Black and White Scenes Create Beautifully Abstract Formations by L.A.-based photographer Kevin Saint Grey 
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allthingseurope:

Girona, Spain (by Fin Wright)