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In three journeys between 2010 and 2013 we have photographed movie theatres from the ‘Thirties to the ‘Seventies in South India. The photos of these buildings give eloquent testimony to the rich cinematic culture of those times. We are particularly interested in the culturally influenced reinterpretation of modern building style apparent in the architectural style, which displays an unusual mixture of Modernism, local architectural elements, a strong use of colour and, in the case of some older cinema halls, of Art Deco. More…

Woodkit is a playful fixed-width display series of typefaces inspired by wood type, designed by Ondrej Jób, available from Typotheque

rogueterritory:

Come hang out with us at our Mid-Day Requisition hosted by @generalquarters this Sunday (tomorrow) the 24th 12-5. Find some great pieces at crazy low prices or just stop by to get some amazing ice cream treats from our friends @smilefrozenla see you there! #rgt #rogueterritory #rgtforeveryseason photo courtesy of @miguelverano

rogueterritory:

Come hang out with us at our Mid-Day Requisition hosted by @generalquarters this Sunday (tomorrow) the 24th 12-5. Find some great pieces at crazy low prices or just stop by to get some amazing ice cream treats from our friends @smilefrozenla see you there! #rgt #rogueterritory #rgtforeveryseason photo courtesy of @miguelverano

livelymorgue:

March 27, 1921: Contents under pressure — a Weimar-era advertising gimmick put unemployed soldiers to work extolling the virtues of German champagne. Years later, in The Times Magazine, Stephen Spender recalled youthful days in Berlin toward the end of the 1920s. “We saw Berlin as a tremendous phenomenon, but not as the cultural center of the then contemporary Europe,” he wrote. “In fact, I doubt whether Berlin could ever be the center of anything, even of Germany: It is a kind of off-center, just as New York is off-center to the United States.” Photo: The New York Times

suhbjektiv:

The Matterhorn

In honour of the upcoming 150th anniversary of the first Matterhorn climb, hikers from the Swiss mountaineering equipment company Mammut brought along some red lights to light up the path on the iconic 4,478m Alps mountain. 

Photographer Robert Bösch captured the moment with a series of breathtaking images for the brand’s 2015 campaign.

imageoscillite:

Empire Uncut - the shot-by-shot fan remake of The Empire Strikes Back (and fan-made sequel to Star Wars Uncut) is out. If you can’t watch the whole thing, at least don’t miss the AT-AT attack scene, which is all kinds of amazing.

daviddoran:

Thank you very much to the AOI for the Best Editorial New Talent Award! The exhibition is up until November 2nd. If you’re in London, make sure you check it out, it’s free to see and is filled to the brim with good work.

daviddoran:

Thank you very much to the AOI for the Best Editorial New Talent Award! 

The exhibition is up until November 2nd. If you’re in London, make sure you check it out, it’s free to see and is filled to the brim with good work.