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  1. midcenturymodernfreak:

    Now & Then

    1973 & 2002 Ed Ruscha’s Hollywood Boulevard (Modern Architecture in Los Angeles)

    Artist Ed Ruscha’s fascination with the vernacular architecture of Los Angeles began over fifty years ago and continues to this day. In the 1960s, Ruscha started documenting the building facades along the city’s major roads by taking continuous photographs with a 35mm camera mounted to a moving vehicle. His first related publication, “Everything Building on the Sunset Strip” (1966), captures an extensive stretch of the famous thoroughfare. The Streets of Los Angeles Archive, now preserved at the Getty Research Institute, includes Ruscha’s comprehensive views of avenues throughout the region. 


  2. urbanoutfitters:

    It’s Monday and it’s time to party.


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  6. thecutestofthecute:

    More dogs with their babies.

    hugsandpisses what is air

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  7. You are beautiful. Own it. Walk like your hips move mountains.

  8. architags:

    Ferris Bueller´s Day Off House aka Ben Rose House. A. James Speyer. 1953. Illininois. photos from mymodernmet // sources : Ben Rose House on  [The Coolist], [Time], [Highland Park News]

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  10. It is so hard to leave—until you leave. And then it is the easiest goddamned thing in the world.
    — John Green (Paper Towns)

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