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“Nothing is more dangerous than the certainty that one is right. Nothing is potentially so destructive as the obsession with a truth one considers absolute.” - Francois Jacob, The Logic of Life (via archatlas)
archatlas: This Is What Life Inside the Standing Rock Camp Looks Like Right Now An excerpt from a photo essay, published on The Nation, from Standing Rock, where indigenous activists pray and prepare for winter, even as police brutality mounts by Jake Ratner: Coming over the hill on Highway 1806 in late October, the sprawling Standing Rock encampment surged into view.
archatlas: Superbia / Faded Glory by Martin Vaissié In the words of the artist Martin Vaissié: When dilapidation becomes a fifth dimension and ruins reveal their souls, the subject is no longer image but pure emotion.Martin, who vibrates more to the sight of decaying buildings than to the slick smile of the Mona Lisa, sees neither landscapes nor objects.
archatlas: Colorless Rainbow Did you know that colorless rainbows exist? It’s called a fog bow and (like the name suggests) the phenomenon appears not in the rain, but in the fog instead.
archatlas: Porsches Enjoying Life in Palm Springs All images from the series 911 by Chris LaBrooy. After graduating from the RCA with an MA in design products, Chris first began to use 3D as a simple tool to visualise ideas for furniture and products that he could not afford to produce.
archatlas: Dabao Primary School and Community Cultural Centre in Guangxi From the architect Project Mingde and PAN Foundation: Dabao village is remotely situated within the mountain range of Guangxi province in China.
archatlas: Capacity is Within Ourselves by Adriana Useche Adriana Useche is an architect based in London that uses a variety of software and tools to create visual representations of her ideas about architecture, cultural identity and globalization.
archatlas: Renzo Picasso Renzo Giovanni Battista Picasso was born on November 11, 1880 in Genoa, Italy.
archatlas: Peter Tonningsen’s Urban Dreams In the words of the artist Peter Tonningsen: These images are drawn from my impressions of Japan from a trip my wife and I recently made there to celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary.
archatlas: Floating Between Heaven and Earth The Hotel Hubertus by NOA is located in Valdaora, at the foot of the famous ski and hiking area Kronplatz in the Puster Valley at an altitude of about 1350 m.
archatlas: Raffaello Ossola Outside of Space and Time Raffaello Ossola is a Swiss artist that likes to isolate himself to reflect on life as a way to confront feelings and emotions.
archatlas: Malmö Live in Sweden Malmö Live by Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects is a new 54,000 m² concert, congress and hotel complex is situated on Universitetsholmen in Malmö.
archatlas: 100 Most Influential Images of All Time TIME has unveiled their online portal where you can count down and learn all about the Top 100 most influential images of all time—pure photo geek nirvana.
archatlas: Unbelievably Tiny Paintings by Hasan Kale Hasan Kale, an incredibly talented artist from Turkey, pushes the boundaries of what can be achieved with paint by painting inconceivably tiny yet beautiful paintings on… just about anything, really.
archatlas: The Design Museum of London London’s new Design Museum home was recently unveiled and it is amazing.
archatlas: Grant Haffner’s Vibrant Landscapes Born in 1978 Berkeley, California and raised in East Hampton, Long Island Grant Haffner has been a resident of the East End of Long Island, New York for most of his life.
archatlas: The Fairy Doors of Ann Arbor The Fairy Doors of Ann Arbor are a series of small doors that are a type of installation art found in the city of Ann Arbor, Michigan.
archatlas: Abstracted Architecture by Daniel Brown on New Covers for William Gibson’s Novels Inception-esque folded buildings feature on new book covers for the science-fiction novels of William Gibson.
archatlas: Social Housing rue Castagnary White metal louvres covering the facade of this apartment block in Paris can be drawn across windows and balconies to screen against the sun and street.
archatlas: Jarred & Displaced by Christoffer Relander In the words of the artist Christoffer Relander: For over a year now I’ve been collecting landscapes in jars using analog double exposures—in this project I have realized a childish dream.