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crescentmoon06:

 Austria (by AparnaS)

crescentmoon06:

 Austria (by AparnaS)

midtownmocha:

Alejandro Cartagena, The Car Poolers series

calumet412:

Cover illustration for Collier’s Magazine, looking south on Michigan Ave, 1951.

calumet412:

Cover illustration for Collier’s Magazine, looking south on Michigan Ave, 1951.

urbanination:

Proposals for the abandoned stations of the Paris Metro. 

(Source: atelier-a)

vintagenatgeographic:

Neatly spaced huts of a Mansaka barrio in the Philippines
National Geographic | August 1971

vintagenatgeographic:

Neatly spaced huts of a Mansaka barrio in the Philippines

National Geographic | August 1971

design-is-fine:

Fritz Höger, Chilehaus, 1922-24. Hamburg. Exceptional example of 1920s brick expressionism. Photos: wikimedia commons

mimbeau:

Two electricians working on the Eiffel Tower (International Exposition)
Paris 1937
Getty

mimbeau:

Two electricians working on the Eiffel Tower (International Exposition)

Paris 1937

Getty

archatlas:

Katherine Baxter

"Katherine Baxter’s work is exquisite, whether small or large scale. Meticulous research goes into every ‘jewel’ like piece, and the pleasure she derives from producing these, is communicated to us all. There is complete mastery of the axonometric projection, as can be appreciated in her grand London and New York posters. It is, as if one is transported by hot air balloon, floating gently over all those much loved and beautifully painted landmarks.” David Driver Head of design, The Times

timhasius:

(via Tumblr Archive Poster)

timhasius:

(via Tumblr Archive Poster)

redhousecanada:

undr:
Alen MacWeeney
Dublin Street Scene

redhousecanada:

undr:

Alen MacWeeney

Dublin Street Scene


City Lights

City Lights

(Source: pollyjeanharveys)

sickpage:

Markus GrunauTwilight

sickpage:

Markus Grunau
Twilight

bygoneamericana:

A large Coca Cola sign and thermometer registers 100 degrees on top of building next to the Mayflower Hotel in Columbus Circle during a heat wave. New York, 1944.
By Marie Hansen

bygoneamericana:

A large Coca Cola sign and thermometer registers 100 degrees on top of building next to the Mayflower Hotel in Columbus Circle during a heat wave. New York, 1944.

By Marie Hansen

let-s-build-a-home:

Orange
by Julia Yusupov

let-s-build-a-home:

Orange

by Julia Yusupov

(Source: juliayusupov)

bluepueblo:

Yellow Cab, Manhattan, New York City
photo via ampersand

bluepueblo:

Yellow Cab, Manhattan, New York City

photo via ampersand