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Marty time travels back to 1965 and buys a Corvette
— コトヤマ (@cot_510) March 5, 2018
土屋憲一さんはTwitterを使っています: “星型に切り抜いた紙をレンズに貼り付けたカメラでイルミネーションを動画撮影。 https://t.co/KVinNlgznx”
Christian Stoll. Epic.
Sometimes dizzying and sometimes absurd in scale, the series ‘Epic’ from photographer Christian Stoll includes a sequence of spaces that have one thing in common: they are immense. These spaces may not have been designed using perpective renderings, but they are are engineered or urban planned to stunning effect, even if it’s accidental. These are vantage points that we aren’t used to seeing, even though the spaces facilitate or support processes ubiquitous to our daily lives. These are pictures of the staggering engineering that allows things happen quietly: an order ships, a file downloads, and the only time they occur to us is when something goes wrong. Even though thinking about a processing facility or bank of escalators may not sound too exciting, even quotidian spaces, from a particular vantage point, can be epic. (Written by Alex Dent)
Sunset on rails (by Simon Teles)
I wish I was someone else’s thinspo.