Mark Allen, Interested Person

Friday, 3/7/2014
Saturday, 1/25/2014
Sutro from the previously undiscovered (by me) Grand View Park (at Grand View Park)

Sutro from the previously undiscovered (by me) Grand View Park (at Grand View Park)

Wednesday, 1/15/2014
It’s ok, I’m a professional.

It’s ok, I’m a professional.

Monday, 1/6/2014
Tuesday, 12/17/2013
Thursday, 12/12/2013

nerdology:

Posters for the movies from Seinfeld.

I love these so much more than I should. I can’t believe it took until August of 2013 for to make this happen. Based on posters alone I would see Check Mate, Prognosis Negative, Death Blow, and Rochelle Rochelle (obviously).

Cry, Cry Again is obviously Oscar bait, and Chunnel looks like garbage. I bet the converted it to 3D in post.

[via NextMovie]

(via patrickcassels)

Tuesday, 12/10/2013

7knotwind:

Martin Heuwold
lego bridge (Germany)

(via khuyi)

Sunday, 11/10/2013

mfnkl:

Three Seinfeld moments where yelp would have been handy

Thursday, 11/7/2013
I’ve been testing a Jawbone Up this week. While I think it’s waaaaay behind the current generation of FItbits, I’ll admit that I thoroughly enjoyed sliding this guy up and down for about 5 straight minutes.

I’ve been testing a Jawbone Up this week. While I think it’s waaaaay behind the current generation of FItbits, I’ll admit that I thoroughly enjoyed sliding this guy up and down for about 5 straight minutes.

Thursday, 10/31/2013
Friday, 10/25/2013
Thursday, 10/24/2013
Wednesday, 10/23/2013
Jan Kempenaers – Spomenik #18
In the 1960s, Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito commissioned somewhere around 100 regional artists to create these massive concrete sculptures celebrating the courage of communist Yugoslavia in World War II. After the fall of communism, locals viewed them more as symbols of Tito’s oppression and have largely tried to forget about them.
Photographer Jan Kempenaers spent three years documenting what remains of them in modern day Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia, Montenegro and Macedonia.

Jan Kempenaers – Spomenik #18

In the 1960s, Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito commissioned somewhere around 100 regional artists to create these massive concrete sculptures celebrating the courage of communist Yugoslavia in World War II. After the fall of communism, locals viewed them more as symbols of Tito’s oppression and have largely tried to forget about them.

Photographer Jan Kempenaers spent three years documenting what remains of them in modern day Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia, Montenegro and Macedonia.

Saturday, 10/19/2013
Friday, 10/4/2013

likeafieldmouse:

Takahiro Iwasaki - Out of Disorder (2013)

"At first glance, Iwasaki’s created world Out of Disorder looks a bit odd and doesn’t really make much sense. It seems to be erected out of nowhere: microscopic sculptures are randomly placed amongst the most banal everyday objects such as rolls of tape, a messy towel, or a bunch of sprawled tooth brushes. The tiny detailed miniatures look like real life shrunken objects such as wonder wheels, electricity pylons, etc. The artist even carves topographical maps on thick grey or blue electric tape.

But if you take a closer look, you’ll see that the intricate and almost impossibly small symbols of modern civilization, combined with random everyday objects, create unexpected urban landscapes. Out of Disorder represents our world and how civilization simply occurs surrounded by chaos.”

(via archidose)