americanapparel:

Source: http://aqqindex.com
artchipel:

Flora Borsi | on Tumblr - Silence
everlane:

NPR’s Planet Money went on a mission to document what goes into making a simple t-shirt. While it doesn’t follow our production process, the stories they tell are powerful. We recommend taking a look to learn why making a simple t-shirt isn’t so simple.
Watch here.
mpdrolet:

Sam Hofman
(via wayofthesamvrai, alexjdsmith)
kiameku:

Tim Knowles Windbarbs 2009
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A series of ten white flags installed on Plymouth Hoe. Each flag carries  simple black meteorological symbols, called windbarbs, which are used  to indicate wind speeds. The flags appear similar, but are constructed of  different fabrics, of different weight so that they fully fly at the wind speeds  equal to or greater than that indicated on the flag.
This artwork is a celebration of the wind, acting as a cross between an art  installation and meteorological device communicating wind speed and  direction. Wind Barbs follows on from a number of works by Tim Knowles,  which utilise, explore and reveal the wind, its behaviour and effect.
eastberliner:

concrete monster , eastberlin suburbs 2013
unavidamoderna:

Acceso el patio central, desde el restaurante y el Museo de para los niños, Museo Nacional de Antropología, Av. Paseo de la Reforma y Calzada Gandhi, Bosque de Chapultepec, Polanco, México, DF 1964 
Arqs. Pedro Ramírez Vázquez, Rafael Mijares y Jorge Campuzano
Central courtyard access from the restaurant and children’s museum, Museum of Anthropology, Chapultepec Park, Mexico City 1964
nevver:

Fellini, Milo Manara
rationalistarchitecture:

Carel Weeber
Student Accomodation, Delft, 1983