Closet Master

I wish I had a closet to hide in The Unconditional Walk Inn Faithless and lightless A Dark Princess… Faith is a word rather sad Darkness washes everything bad Faith is all things you wish were real But are in fact unreal Outside this tiny planet All I can manage to be is upset I […]

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Perverse Portraits

Tokyo People Photographed in their Bathtubs For his series Couple Jam, Tokyo-based Photographer Hal visited underground Tokyo bars in the Red Light District. These hidden places in Shibuya and Kabukicho, were more than influential for the photographer, as there he often finds models to pose for his perverse but interesting photographs. From strippers to businessmen, Hal […]

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Hijacked by Street Art

Abandoned Parisian Nightclub  The site of a stunning 1885-era Parisian municipal bathhouse, HOME to the previous Les Bains Douches Nightclub, is now set to be revamped into a Luxury Boutique Hotel. Earlier this year, a group of 50 Art practitioners filled it up with their own art, creating their very own pop up art gallery from it.  […]

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Banksy

Dismaland Deemed ”The Bleakiest Amusement Park Ever” Graffiti artist Banksy has opened what could be the world’s most terrifying, spookiest theme park ever. From today, the abandoned Tropicana outdoor park at Weston-super-mare near Bristol will be transformed into Dismaland, a “bemusement park” with a dark twist on California’s childhood classics. Disneyland, wrapped in a nightmare. On Thursday, […]

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The Lalibela Churches

The City of Priests and Rock-Hewn Churches Lalibela is a town in northern Ethiopia famous for monolithic rock-cut churches. Lalibela is one of Ethiopia’s holiest cities. The population of Lalibela is almost completely Ethiopian Orthodox Christian. Ethiopia is one of the earliest nations to adopt Christianity in the first half of the fourth century, and […]

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Art Nouveau/Gaudi

Architecture  Art Nouveau is an elegant decorative art style characterized by intricate patterns of curving lines. Art Nouveau remained popular until around the time of World War I, and was ultimately replaced by the Art Deco style. I chose to make a post about it because so many people do not even know about it, even […]

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