Tumblr We Love: Architecture of Doom
An unexpected source of inspiration, Architecture of Doom, is not your average eye candy Tumblr blog. Instead of browsing fancy photos of fancy buildings, this extensive and informative archive presents the desolate, the unfortunate, and the totalitarian of architecture history, much like the late architect Ralph Tubbs' ill-fated 1951 Dome of Discovery.
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- The first installment in our Tumblr of the Week series focuses on the site Budapest Poster Gallery, a collection ranging from politically charged propaganda to movie promotions to advertising.
- Relocating from New York to Kyoto, Japan in 2012 not only marked a new beginning in his life, but proved to be a working catalyst for ceramicist Jeff Nimeh.
- One man's inspiration is another's inspiration?
- Like cloud formations, Frank Gehry's buildings of the past years makes one imagine forms: perhaps a ship's bow, a ray of light, a Hershey's Kiss, an armadillo eating a Hershey's Kiss.
- Just opened at the Centre Culturel in Lomé, Togo, is São Paulo–based photographer Leonardo Finotti’s “Brazil: Architecture in Photography,” featuring 50…
- Featuring "architecture and other stuff for the visually inclined," Remash puts forth a selection of photographs culled from blogs like ArchDaily, Designboom, Dezeen, and ArchitectureAU.
- Superstudio collages, counterculture architecture at its finest, 1970s Hollywood sirens, Googie signage, and photographs from the likes of Wim Wenders and Lee Friedlander.
- A clever riff on People’s “Who Wore it Best,” a series of photos comparing celebrities’ fashion choices, this Tumblr does the same with modern art.