Tag Archives: beauty

Inside Coney Island’s Decrepit Movie Palace

Two years ago the Shore Theater in Coney Island (formally the Loew’s Coney Island) was declared an historic landmark. Well, its exterior was. The inside of the former vaudeville and movie palace was left to fend to itself, as it has been doing since the 1970s. Despite the theater’s dominating presence in Coney Island’s amusement area, the interior has been pretty much lost to the public. Until now.

Photographer Matt Lambros of After The Final Curtain recently got into the theater and has just posted his pictures online: the Renaissance revival space is, like so many old theaters, truly stunning even in its decrepitude. The architects at Reilly & Hall knew what they were doing when they designed the space in the 1920s (the theater opened June 17, 1925 and after many iterations closed for good in March of 1973).

….more on/via gothamist

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Dan Hillier ● Feather and Claw

yo yo lets drop the beatz today with 2 ultra-detail drawings by dan.hillier

.1) woodman

.2) The Veil

mad skillz no ?

ciao for now

Color Dripping Delirium

markus linnenbrink is giving some pain to spaces with this great life size paintings/murals/installations

Enjoy ☟

 

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Bad Taste ● Sneaker Tectonics

Hello my friend,

we back again with the famous by now “Bad Taste” section.

Sneaker Tectonics is not a bad project, simply because:

its not a project

nuff said

I mean it was probably a kewl task to test ur 3D modelling skills, texturing and press the little magic button “render”. Other than that you cannot possibly treat this as a realistic proposal. hahah image you wake up every morning and have this view from your window.

HOWEVER, if you have a secret plan building this in a place with LasVegas aesthetics and a lot oil money maybe it will be a goer.

this guyz can be potential clients

They would love a new mall in their city looking like this

Tip : try to “fillet” the edges of the shoes. they might look more sexy

ciao for nowz

Duchenne’s Facial Expressions

Here are the plates from Duchenne de Bolougne’s Le Mécanisme de la Physionomie Humaine (ca 1876), an interesting but slightly insane work (you just can’t get away with this type of thing anymore). The images, however, are useful to artists who draw, sculpt, or model facial expressions as they show extreme activation of the individual muscles of expressions.

Click to enjoy full.size faces!

via scott eaton (+)

Outside the box

THINK

OUTSIDE

THE

F*CKIN

BOX

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lolz