1. militaryarmament:

    The evolution of the warrior.

    From top to bottom: 

    Greek warrior - 600 BC.

    Roman Centurion - 100 BC.

    Persian warrior - 6th century. 

    Viking warriors - 10th century.

    Samurai warrior - 16th century.

    Continental Army soldiers - 1775 / The American Revolutionary War.

    German Wehrmacht soldier - 1940 / Second world war.

    U.S Army soldier - Korean war / Vietnam war.

    U.S Army soldier - Afghanistan war / 2014. 

    Polish special forces / GROM - 2014.

    (via militaryarmament)

  2. radiostilte:

    - Radio Stilte

    (via rosswolfe)

  3. thekimonogallery:

    Tea ceremony.  Japan.

    (via a2onaka)

  4. design-is-fine:

    Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Neue Nationalgalerie and a large Calder stabile, the Matthaikirche in the background, 1960s

    (via architectureofdoom)

  5. ryanpanos:

    Markhal Rotterdam | MVRDV | Via & Via

    Rotterdam’s very own, MVRDV has completed the Netherlands’ first covered market: the Markhal Rotterdam. Unlike any other market in the world, the Markhal presents a new urban hybrid that unites a market hall with housing.

    Within the hollow core of the 228-unit, “horseshoe-shaped” residential building is an expansive, 40-meter-tall public market, offering 96 fresh food stalls, 8 restaurants and supermarket. Colorful murals cover the arch’s vaulted interior, peering through the largest single glazed cable net facades in Europe, which enclose the market.

    This sense of transparency and openness was key, as the Markhal is the driving force to the rejuvenation of the Laurenskwartier area and hopes to attract thousands of visitors each year.

  6. toocatsoriginals:

    RAF Avro Vulcan bomber

    via Fence Check

    (via 31262)

  8. beatpie:

    gold, marble and black

    (Source: lonny.com)

  9. design-is-fine:

    Philippe Starck, Portable color TV ZEO Galaxy 36 KID, 1995. Made by Normende, Germany. Photo: Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich, A. Laurenzo.

  10. (Source: pappkrisztina, via ak47)

  11. bonniemably:

    'Trace' is a manmade interpretation of geological phenomena / strata. It is comprised of surplus materials from plaster casts and sculptures collected over time. A trace of other peoples work existing in the piece, echoing the trace of man in the universe.

    (via ak47)

  12. unfuckthereallife:


    omg what


    (Source: marquisvladimir, via ak47)

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