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Real Estate Opportunities, 1970 by Ed Ruscha. Self published book, offset lithograph. Open to pages 12th and Sentous (southeast corner), and 1140 E. Pico. Getty Research Institute.

Real Estate Opportunities, 1970 by Ed Ruscha. Self published book, offset lithograph. Open to pages and Sentous (southeast corner), and 1140 E. Getty Research Institute.

photojojo:    Geoff George proves that construction sites can have plenty of photo ops. Geoff’s industrial style photography on flickr.   http://www.flickr.com/photos/gsgeorge/

lafayette demolition steel cutters: Workers weaken support beams on the east tower of the Lafayette Building, just hours before the last remnants of the tower were spectacularly pushed to the ground.Detroit, Michigan by Geoff George

by Leonard Cusden

Stark, Spare, Beautiful Midcentury British Safety Posters

This solemn group of posters teaching safety to British citizens comes from the archive of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents.

Dribbble - 2drib.png by Nick Visser

Dribbble - by Nick Visser

It's Nice That | Buck and Antfood poke fun at creating music for advertising with a well-timed, animated fart joke

Buck and Antfood poke fun at creating music for advertising with a well-timed, animated fart joke

Past, Present and Future (#1), The Saatchi Gallery Richard Aldrich

Richard Aldrich, Present and Future ( oil, wax, matte medium, charcoal on cut linen with plant

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CC_RyanWallace_ChrisDuncan_Installation_4

PICDIT | Art – Photo – Design

Pawel Nolbert › Constructed series on our inclination to spice up reality with filters.

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relate-ui-kit-hero.jpg (2000×750)

Android Experiments

Form Watch Face by Roman Nurik - Android Experiments

Mars Attacks: Otherworldly illustration series is inspired by the sci-fi genre | Creative Boom

MARS OF FUTURE PASTPersonal illustration project inspired by the short story "Dark the were and golden-eyed" by Ray Bradbury.This is a non-profit unofficial project not intented for commercial use.It was solely made for fun and to honor one of the gre…

“The Last Job on Earth” portrays a dystopian future populated by robot cats, malfunctioning medical machines and a profound unemployment problem.   But is it inevitable?

“The Last Job on Earth” portrays a dystopian future populated by robot cats, malfunctioning medical machines and a profound unemployment problem. But is it inevitable?

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