ombuarchitecture:

Terminal buildings

Strömkajen • Stockholm

By Marge architect

(via archilista)

"I was bored, in a fjord".

(New album is out)

(Source: Spotify)

"Billie Jean" by Michael Jackson
Arranged/transcribed by S. Durnin

Performed by Das Fagott Mannschaft
Neil Bishop, Susan Durnin, Catherine Magowan, bassoon
Graham Martin, contrabassoon
with Laura Savage, drums

Sound by C. Magowan

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www.dfmbassoon.com

Email: dasfagottmannschaft@gmail.com
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A not so famous photo of The Tank Man of Tiananmen Square shows the full scale of events

usvsth3m:

In 1989, this photo of an anonymous protester halting tanks in Tiananmen Square went around the world

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The photograph was taken by Jeff Widener, the day after the Chinese military shut down the student-led protests against the government taking place in the square.

Here’s another photo of the same incident, by Stuart Franklin, which shows the massive scale of the military intervention

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The identity, and fate, of the protester remain unclear to this day.

rollingstone:

Playlist: The best of Eighties synth pop.

(Opening montage includes 24 Stanley Cups, though.)

Uptight Downtown is taken from the album ‘Trouble In Paradise’.

Get ‘Let Me Down Gently’ as an instant download when you pre-order ‘Trouble In Paradise’ on iTunes: po.st/TIPso

|| Trouble In Paradise || 7 July 2014 ||
www.laroux.co.uk/


Peter Steinhauer‘s dazzling photos of monolithic buildings under construction in Hong Kong. In his two Cocoons series, Steinhauer, who lived in Asia for near 20 years, beautifully captured the style of construction that is unique to Hong Kong in which the building is wrapped in silk fabric to prevent debris from falling onto the street and pedestrians below…
No one else anywhere in Asia uses this method of wrapping the buildings in this fashion, and it is understandable how Steinhauer, upon seeing this for the first time, thought it must be an installation by Christo.


I’ve seen this in Macau, too. Amazing.

Peter Steinhauer‘s dazzling photos of monolithic buildings under construction in Hong Kong. In his two Cocoons series, Steinhauer, who lived in Asia for near 20 years, beautifully captured the style of construction that is unique to Hong Kong in which the building is wrapped in silk fabric to prevent debris from falling onto the street and pedestrians below…

No one else anywhere in Asia uses this method of wrapping the buildings in this fashion, and it is understandable how Steinhauer, upon seeing this for the first time, thought it must be an installation by Christo.

I’ve seen this in Macau, too. Amazing.

(Source: nprfreshair)

Mostly new wave stuff from Canada, mostly from the 80s.

Rational Youth, The Spoons, Men Without Hats, Images in Vogue, Moev, Trans-X, Eight Seconds, Martha & the Muffins, Rough Trade and others…