A Visual Artist preparing for the existential angst of holding a degree in a world built for boomers.
Est. 1991 Newtown born & Baltimore Raised.
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midcenturymodernfreak:

1958 Saul Bass Residence (Case Study House #20) | Architects: Buff, Straub & Hensman |  2275 Santa Rosa Ave in Altadena, CA

Home of Graphic Designer Saul Bass and part of the Case Study Program for John Entenza’s Arts & Architecture Magazine.

From the book, “Case Study Houses” Editorial Taschen. Elisabeth A. T. Smith

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(via mediavomit)

Scene Recreations from American Psycho, created for my media aesthetics class. 

Home Is Where the Squat Is.

Images; MEDIAvomit

Home Is Where the Squat Is.

Images; MEDIAvomit

Canon EOS 5D Mark III f/2.8 1/50th 56mm

anil:

In this, the most incredible industrial manufacturing video ever made, we get a glimpse of 1995 as the employees of Sony’s CD manufacturing plant in Pittman, NJ offer a view into the pressing of the discs for the then-current release of Michael Jackson’s 2-CD HIStory set.

Addressing Michael directly as if he were a North Korean leader holding them hostage, the employees wrap the most banal details of the CD manufacturing process in a series of exhortations about the inevitable success of Dear Leader’s new release. Like HIStory itself, the video is accompanied by all of Michael’s classic hits, as an enticement to endure it.

At 3:43, Dot Short calls him “Mike”, as if she’s never heard of Michael Jackson. In all, it’s a must-watch. Nine minutes of bliss.

Michael is pleased.

(via maxistentialist)

thisveryspot:

| marcel breuer | hooper house II | 1959 |

One of my favorite homes ive ever visited. Excited to be photographing it again this Summer.  

thisveryspot:

| marcel breuer | hooper house II | 1959 |

One of my favorite homes ive ever visited. Excited to be photographing it again this Summer.  

etund:

Marcel Breuer, Martha Erps, Katt Both and Ruth Hellos, from the Bauhaus school in Dessau, 1927
Looks like try-outs for Cocteau Twins!

etund:

Marcel Breuer, Martha Erps, Katt Both and Ruth Hellos, from the Bauhaus school in Dessau, 1927

Looks like try-outs for Cocteau Twins!

Phase One P40+ f/7.1 1/4th 120mm
scandinaviancollectors:

Marcel Breuer (1902-1981) with Hamilton P. Smith (b. 1925), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1963-1966. / Pinterest

scandinaviancollectors:

Marcel Breuer (1902-1981) with Hamilton P. Smith (b. 1925), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1963-1966. / Pinterest

Lykke Li - No Rest For The Wicked (Feat. A$AP Rocky) (Official Audio)

(Source: vimeo.com)

The Pines: The Decay of an Era.

Images:

MEDIAvomit 

more: www.flickr.com/photos/mediavomit/sets/72157643959529294/

rudygodinez:

Owen Williams, Boots Packed Wet Goods Factory, (1930-1932)

 Owen Williams’s most successful daylight factory — one for which he is justifiably famous — is also the first project for which he served as both architect and engineer. It is considered a masterpiece of the Modern Movement. However, its style did not emerge from the European modernist line but from American concrete technology and industrialized construction methods.

 Williams’s atrium roof — a steel truss with cast concrete purlins and a concrete slab punctuated with cylindrical glass block skylights — was to become a Modern Movement standard. His use of slender steel framed glazing, where coupled frames are used to create ribbons of glass, was a new development that also became central to the Movement.

(via bakerdean)