notes of an aesthete

The amount of time that humans devote to altering the physical state of butter proves that the medium is more than just a spread, and is in fact a physical manifestation of excessive human pride in their own creations.

lolmythesis:

Art History, The University of Chicago

(via milieuu)

I love how a place so negative can transform through the eyes of an architect to become a vision of prosperity

is modernity a symbol of equality?

and ornamentation an expression of culture

victortsu:

axlhe:

hardcordismus

exactly.

victortsu:

Paper city is a tumblr I’ve recently found out about, by australian new zealand (oops !) architecture student Henry Stephens. It is excellent.

thepapercity:

Shanghai

http://architizer.com/blog/archizoom-retrospective/

In the Florence of the 1960s, a group of students had just finished architecture school but were frustrated at the lack of work and the general stagnation of the architecture profession.

Gyorgy Kepes The New Landscape of Art and Science

A great question - What is humans told on this planet? is it our role to conserve and avoid or to create potential and emerge? A question I have been battling myself

re-formlandscape:

timberpress:

4 minute fundraising teaser for the upcoming documentary, Piet Oudolf: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer, a film by Tom Piper.

Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer trailer

(via landscapearchitecture)

Verbal expression is the mirror of the mind. Clear thoughts become clear statements, whereas ambiguous ideas transform into vacant ramblings.

— Rolf Dobelli -The Art of Thinking Clearly (via ryanpanos)

Powers of Ten™ (1977)

Breathing City

theartofmoviestills:

Vivre Sa Vie | Jean-Luc Godard | 1962

The pneuma, inhaled from the outside air, rushes through the arteries till it reaches the various centres, especially the brain and the heart, and there causes thought and organic movement.


— This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: R.D. Hicks (1911). "Stoics". In Chisholm, Hugh. Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.

When I seriously started to think about the implications of scale

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