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March 14, 2014 at 8:37am
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If you didn’t understand geology, now you do.

If you didn’t understand geology, now you do.

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February 25, 2014 at 8:55am
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8:48am
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Abandoned Panopticum Prison, Presidio Modelo, in Cuba | via

The prison was built under the President-turned-dictator Gerardo Machado between 1926 and 1928. The five circular blocks, with cells constructed in tiers around central observation posts, were built with the capacity to house up to 2,500 prisoners in humane conditions.
Most of the survivors of the rebel attacks on Moncada Barracks, including one attack leader, Fidel Castro, and his brother, Raul Castro, were imprisoned there, most from 1953 to 1955.

After Fidel Castro’s revolutionary triumph in 1959, Presidio Modelo was used to jail political dissidents, counter-revolutionaries, homosexuals, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and anyone else considered unfit or an enemy to the new norms and dictates of the Socialist Cuban State. By 1961, due to the overcrowded conditions (6,000 to 8,000 political prisoners at one time), it was the site of various riots and hunger strikes, especially just before the Bay of Pigs invasion, when orders were given to line the tunnels underneath the entire prison with several tons of TNT.
Prominent Cuban political prisoners such as Armando Valladares, Roberto Martín Pérez, and Pedro Luis Boitel were held there at one point or another during their respective incarcerations. It was permanently closed by the government in 1967.

The prison now serves as a museum and is declared a national monument, and the old administration building now serves as a school and research center.

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8:31am
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grantharder:

View from the heli. The Yukon for Telegraph Magazine. 

grantharder:

View from the heli. The Yukon for Telegraph Magazine. 

8:22am
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cjwho:

The Brain, Seattle WA by Olson Kundig Architects

The Brain is a 14,280 cubic-foot cinematic laboratory where the client, a filmmaker, can work out ideas. Physically, that neighborhood birthplace of invention, the garage, provides the conceptual model. The form is essentially a cast-in-place concrete box, intended to be a strong yet neutral background that provides complete flexibility to adapt the space at will. Inserted into the box along the north wall is a steel mezzanine. All interior structures are made using raw, hot-rolled steel sheets.

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February 21, 2014 at 9:57am
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starllex:

this is my favorite post of all time

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November 24, 2013 at 7:47am
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artchipel:

Julia Geiser | on Tumblr - louise broke

artchipel:

Julia Geiser | on Tumblr - louise broke

7:44am
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cheynesaw:

thinknorth:

My basic knowledge of geography…

I posted this piece a long time ago with no credit to this guy, and am reposting it now with credit where it is due!Tim is an amazing graphic designer as well as all around artist. You all already knew that though.

cheynesaw:

thinknorth:

My basic knowledge of geography…

I posted this piece a long time ago with no credit to this guy, and am reposting it now with credit where it is due!

Tim is an amazing graphic designer as well as all around artist. You all already knew that though.

7:41am
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rblackwell:

Deborah Kass at Industrial City, Brooklyn
After Louise Bourgeois, 2010
neon and transformers on powder-coated aluminum panel
66” x 68 x 5

rblackwell:

Deborah Kass at Industrial City, Brooklyn

After Louise Bourgeois, 2010

neon and transformers on powder-coated aluminum panel

66” x 68 x 5

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September 17, 2013 at 2:09pm
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http://www.simonstalenhag.se/

http://www.simonstalenhag.se/

August 27, 2013 at 12:49pm
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Photography by Kai Fagerström http://bit.ly/18XCKpG

Photography by Kai Fagerström http://bit.ly/18XCKpG

August 26, 2013 at 7:54am
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ragingpianist:

The very best of Yahoo Answers.

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August 19, 2013 at 9:14am
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JONAH by Factory Fifteen

August 13, 2013 at 10:18am
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Papercraft by People Too http://bit.ly/14rJO9B

Papercraft by People Too http://bit.ly/14rJO9B

August 10, 2013 at 5:59am
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Made by Hand / No 5 The Bike Maker by Made by Hand