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Buenísimo álbum de #Electro #Experimental #Breakcore #Downtempo #Dub #DarkAmbient y demás exploraciones sonoras.

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Photographer Charles H. Traub recently released this beautiful series of work, Dolce Via, that transports viewers back in time to Italy in the 1980s. Throughout the decade, the artist frequently visited Italy and captured candid moments of people and places through his lens.

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Life inside Caracas’ unfinished skyscraper Centro Financiero Confinanzas, the world’s tallest slum

It was meant to be world financial center and the third-tallest building in all of Venezuela, known for its sprawling cities and staggering inequality. But in 1994, construction was halted on the building after four years thanks to a banking crisis that saw 17 of the nation’s 49 commercial banks fail. Over time, the abandoned building was colonized by squatters from nearby slums. Today, the tower is the world’s largest vertical slum — dubbed “Torre David,” or “Tower of David,” by residents — the structure hosts a self-contained community of roughly 3,000 people in over 750 families spanning 45 floors, each with their own shops and services. Residents pay a $32 monthly condo fee for 24-hour armed security and run a co-operative mini-government, with non-compliance for the rules being punished with “social work” like chores and repairs around the building.

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Nikolaus Gansterer: The Gray Matter Hypothesis

chalk drawing on black wall, 2013

a diagram showing internal correlations and their external consequences marked out by key figures of thought balancing between reflecting and representing symbols of power affected by the structures of human experience and the various forms of interpretation.”


Artemis:  :-o  Check out more of his work at the link.  

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Monument Valley is Out Today!

Written by Elliott Finn

Remember that stunning, Escher-inspired puzzle game for iOS that you saw the trailer for a few months ago? Well, you can play it right now!

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¡¡El mejor videojuego que he jugado en toda mi vida!!

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Stephan Vanfleteren


Stephan Vanfleteren‘s photographs from his series ‘Belgicum’ has been ongoing for over 20 years. It’s a personal history, a search for the heart of the Belgian people who are often misunderstood or forgotten by others in Europe.

For many Europeans Belgium means Brussels, the EU, NATO and beer. We know little else, we view it as a cultural backwater, a flat boring landscape populated by people who are trapped in an historical entanglement, the Walloons to the South and the Flemish to the North. Both opposing each other on every level; political, social and cultural.

Belgium is a Federal Monarchy, a country that has been struggling to find a national identity since it became independent in 1830 when it acceded from the Netherlands. Its geographical position on the continent has seen it as both a battleground for Europe and a prosperous and cosmopolitan centre of commerce and culture. Its a land shaped by the twists and turns of history, the tension within it the product of its own vitality and its through this prism that Vanfleteren sought to find a sense of self and what it meant to be a Belgian in the 21st Century.

He took to the road, travelling with his camera through the rural heartland, away from the cosmopolitan life of Brussels and Ghent and into the villages, bars, factories and derelict streets looking for everyday people, colourful individuals that represented a more multifaceted aspect of his country. His pictures give us a timeless portrait of a people whose lives are scarred by their history, the photographs imbued with a profound melancholia that shapes the narrative depth of this fascinating country.

He takes us up close and personal, concentrates on the individual, the unique quality of the people who populate the country. The urbanites and bureaucrats are noticeably absent. They are the same everywhere. It’s in the quiet corners of Belgium that he searched for and found the heart of his nation. As he said himself about the series:

‘Belgicum’ is a photo project about Belgium. This is not an objective reflection of the country, but a subjective photographic documentary in black-and-white. A journey of discovery through a small country at the heart of Europe at the turn of the century. Stephan Vanfleteren wandered, got lost and searched through the ‘Belgicum’ territory for more than fifteen years, driven by emotion and love for his motherland. It was a trip through a country with scars, looking for an elusive identity but with the melancholic soul of an ancient nation.

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Monument Valley, el juego más sorprendente en la historia de los videojuegos, y si no lo han descargado, qué rayos están esperando?! #monumentvalleygame #Fan

Monument Valley, el juego más sorprendente en la historia de los videojuegos, y si no lo han descargado, qué rayos están esperando?! #monumentvalleygame #Fan

A totem, a friend #monumentvalleygame

A totem, a friend #monumentvalleygame

The bothersome crow people #monumentvalleygame ❤️

The bothersome crow people #monumentvalleygame ❤️

Awwwww, no puedo pasar de aquí #monumentvalleygame 😌

Awwwww, no puedo pasar de aquí #monumentvalleygame 😌

Wish you were here #monumentvalleygame <—- !Amo Monument Valley duramente, duramente!

Wish you were here #monumentvalleygame <—- !Amo Monument Valley duramente, duramente!

NPR covers all 2,428 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border, so you don’t have to.

The results are beautiful.

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¡De Todo Como En Botica cumple 3 años hoy!

¡De Todo Como En Botica cumple 3 años hoy!

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Broken Mirror/Evening Sky by

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