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zeroing:

Sweet Dreams
Ago 23, 2014 / 161 notas
Ago 15, 2014 / 37 notas

less-ismore:

CHAMBERLIN, POWELL & BON

Barbican Estate, London, (p. 1959) 1964-1982.

It was built as a new way to understand living modes according to the trends emerged after the World War II. To bring life back to the devastated areas during the war, this “small city” was built inside another, as a microcosm of London.
Very recommended.

Ago 15, 2014 / 670 notas

valentinpuyau:

VALENTIN PUYAU

kinbykin:

Silk Street, Barbican Center 2014
Ago 15, 2014 / 97 notas

kinbykin:

Silk Street, Barbican Center 2014

nevver:

It’s just a jump to the left…
Ago 11, 2014 / 351 notas
Ago 11, 2014 / 439 notas
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(vía poerobots)

Jul 27, 2014 / 812 notas

nicolascas:

I’m Only Sleeping | The Beatles

Everybody seems to think I’m lazy
I don’t mind, I think they’re crazy
Running everywhere at such a speed
Till they find there’s no need

(vía sitting-on-a-cornflake-with-john)

Jul 27, 2014 / 394 notas

jacobthomas2:

David Bowie photographed showing off his Ziggy Stardust outfits in his hotel room in New York City, 1973. Photos by Michael Ochs.

losetheboyfriend:

Lou Reed
Jul 27, 2014 / 708 notas

losetheboyfriend:

Lou Reed

superbestiario:

1974, New York — David Bowie performs as Ziggy Stardust on TV in a room at the Delmonico Hotel. — Image by © Henry Diltz/Corbis
Jul 27, 2014 / 5 640 notas

superbestiario:

1974, New York — David Bowie performs as Ziggy Stardust on TV in a room at the Delmonico Hotel. — Image by © Henry Diltz/Corbis

losetheboyfriend:

Coney Island, NYC; captured by Bruce Gilden (1969)
Jul 27, 2014 / 209 notas

losetheboyfriend:

Coney Island, NYC; captured by Bruce Gilden (1969)

flowersofgold:


“When I knew her, she was not of this Earth. She was, indeed, never of this earth. She was born of madness and suffering and declined into madness and suffering. But she had a period when the sun shone for her, when life was smiling. And she was smiling with it.”


Donald Lyons on Edie Sedgwick
Jul 27, 2014 / 261 notas

flowersofgold:

When I knew her, she was not of this Earth. She was, indeed, never of this earth. She was born of madness and suffering and declined into madness and suffering. But she had a period when the sun shone for her, when life was smiling. And she was smiling with it.”

Donald Lyons on Edie Sedgwick