Abandoned. What is like half of my island is like this when I find it and this is the city part and I rebuild it! Or is this your hotel in your other story?

Here I am gathering further inspiration from nature retaking an industrial complex.

Colorful, graffiti doors in Prague, The Czech Republic.  travel. doors of the world. Europe. urban art.

Found this door in the John Lennon Wall, Grand Priory Square, Prague, Czech Republic.

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Architecture urbaine imaginaire de Justin Plunkett

Con/struct: The Fictional Urban Architecture of Justin Plunkett. Con/struct is the latest body of work from Cape Town-based artist, designer, and photograp

Modern times: stacked in hutches like rabbits, stuffed like geese, living in artificial light, nuclear families, no exercise, worshipping TV. Sure, we are the pinnacle of evolution.

Inspired by Michael Wolf's photos of Hong Kong buildings, but probably originally by the urbanization section of the Massive Change exhibit. Hong Kong apartments/homes.

The coolest place in Berlin: Tacheles in Berlin

The coolest place in Berlin: Tacheles in Berlin

Mike Brodie Photography

From Wirtz Art, Mike Brodie, Untitled "A Period of Juvenile Prosperity" Chromogenic print, 14 × 20 in

C-Squat show

There is never a shortage of excitement to be had in the big city. New York is in fact known for being an incredibly vibrant city, always with a laundry list of

Ash Thayer began taking pictures of the punk community she was a part of at the age of 17, while in high school. She continued photographing this subject matter when she moved to NYC to attend The School of Visual Arts. Thayer discovered the squatting community on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and lived in several of these buildings throughout the 90s. She focused solely on photographing her community for the duration of college.

Ash Thayer began taking pictures of the punk community she was a part of at the age of 17, while in high school. She continued photographing this subject matter when she moved to NYC to attend The School of Visual Arts. Thayer discovered the squatting community on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and lived in several of these buildings throughout the 90s. She focused solely on photographing her community for the duration of college.

c squat

C-Squat: At 155 Avenue C in Manhattan, squatters have taken over the building (building C, the most famous) and have used it ever since their landowners left the buildings to decay. It's since turned into a magnificent concert and art venue.

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